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Watch Wednesday 6.8 JSZ TOC Boys Lacrosse Highlights
Wednesday marked the final stop on the road to Mount Olive and JSZ has you covered with action from both boys lacrosse TOC semifinals. Enjoy the highlights! Mountain Lakes 10 St. Augustine 5 | Tournament of Champions Semifinal The Lakers turned in one of their best quarters of the season, outscoring the Hermits 5-1 in the third on their way to clinching a spot in the TOC championship game. Caz Kotsen poured in a game-high five goals and added an assist to lead the way for the Lakers. Reid Teitjen added a hat trick and two assists in the win for Mountain Lakes (21-1). Ryan Demato finished with a goal and an assist in the loss for St. Augustine (16-2). JSZ’s James Mooney has the highlights and reaction from Richland: Rumson-Fair Haven 13 Bridgewater-Raritan 8 | Tournament of Champions Semifinal Tommy French scores three straight goals in the span of 2:27 late in the third quarter to give RFH a four-goal cushion as the Bulldogs punched their ticket to the last ever T of C final this Sunday against Mountain Lakes. Cole Cashion also had a hat trick for RFH with Phil Passalaqua, Quinn Staknovits and Christian Bockelmann all scoring two goals. JSZ’s Jay Cook brings you the action from Rumson: Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of Rumson-Fair Haven is brought to you by Mario Venancio Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of Bridgewater-Raritan is brought to you by Princeton Orthopaedic Associates Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of the boys lacrosse Tournament of Champions is made possible by RWJ Barnabas Health.
Watch JSZ Boys Lacrosse State Championship Coverage
Jersey Sports Zone brings you highlights and post-game reaction from all six boys state championship games. We’ve got all the action from Hopewell Valley, Bridgewater-Raritan, and Shore Regional! Saint Augustine 6 Delbarton 5 | Non-Public A State Championship The Hermits captured the first state title in program history, winning a thriller over the Green Wave. Noah Plenn scored the game-winning goal for St. Augustine (16-1) with four minutes remaining in the fourth period. Cornell commit Billy Hughes scored a pair of goals for the Hermits in the victory. Joe Leone scored two goals for Delbarton (15-6) in the loss. JSZ’s Mike Frankel has the highlights and reaction from Hopewell Valley: Scotch Plains-Fanwood 11 Shawnee 2 | Group 3 State Championship Trailing 1-0 after the first quarter, the Raiders reeled off eleven-straight goals to secure the first state championship in program history. Timmy Paprocki and Sandro Frias finished with hat tricks in the win for Scotch Plains-Fanwood (19-3). Ethan Krauss and Shane Conlon each scored a goal in the loss for Shawnee (16-5). JSZ’s James Mooney has highlights and reaction from Hopewell Valley: Coverage of Scotch Plains-Fanwood is brought to you by Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital of Rahway. Coverage of Shawnee is brought to you by Cooper University Health Care. Mountain Lakes 8 Haddonfield 2 | Group 1 State Championship No. 1 Mountain Lakes claimed their fourth straight Group 1 Title with an 8-2 victory over Haddonfield. The Lakers would go ahead 7-1 at halftime following two early goals from Cullen Fagan who also finished with two assists. Mountain Lakes ties a state record with rival Delbarton for State Championships with 16. JSZ’s Nery Rodriguez has the highlights and postgame reaction: Summit 2 Rumson-Fair Haven 0 *Suspended* | Group 2 State Championship Lightning in Bridgewater forced the Summit/RFH Group 2 state final to be postponed until Friday at 5pm in Rumson. JSZ will have highlights and post-game reaction from the final boys lacrosse state championship to be played in 2022. 🚨Lightning Postpones Group 2 Lacrosse State Final 🚨 Summit held a 2-0 lead over Rumson-Fair Haven early in the 2nd quarter when the game was halted for excessive lightning in Bridgewater. The game will resume on Friday, June 3 at RFH with a 5pm start. @ADSummitNJ @rfh_ad pic.twitter.com/O2QRQOk55r— Jersey Sports Zone (@JSZ_Sports) June 2, 2022 Bridgewater-Raritan 8 Southern Regional 6 | Group 4 State Championship Alex Delierre broke a 6-6 tie in the fourth quarter with his second goal of the game as the Panthers scored four straight goals to win the Group 4 state championship. Colin Kurdyla had two goals and three assists for Bridgewater-Raritan. Ryan Sininsky had a hat trick for Southern. He scored back-to-back goals in the third quarter to put the Rams in front 6-4 but the Panthers scored two goals in the final minute of the third and shutout Southern in the final 12 minutes. JSZ’s Rich Chrampanis has the highlights and post-game reaction from West Long Branch: Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of Bridgewater-Raritan is brought to you by Princeton-Orthopaedic Associates Rutgers Prep 11 Montclair Kimberly Academy 4 | Non-Public B State Championship Louis Marius had a career-high five goals and JSZ All-Zone basketball guard Ryan Pettit had two goals and two assists as the Argonauts score the first seven goals of the game on the way to the Non-Public “B” state championship. Rutgers Prep had an 8-1 halftime lead and scored three more goals in the fourth quarter in driving rain at Shore Regional. JSZ’s Rich Chrampanis has the highlights in West Long Branch: Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of the NJSIAA boys lacrosse state championships is brought to you by RWJ Barnabas Health
Spirited Second Half Comeback Lifts Pingry to Somerset County Title
Trailing by four goals at halftime of the Somerset County Tournament championship game, the Big Blue took a collective deep breath. Then, they turned up the pressure. Pingry (11-3) erased that deficit and climbed out of the hole to rally and win their first SCT title since 2006 with a 10-7 win over Bridgewater-Raritan (12-3). Duke commit Luke Engelke – a FOGO committed to Duke – was arguably the best player on the field. He won 17 of 21 face-offs and gave Pingry a distinct possession advantage late in the game. Pingry’s Ryan Palmer, committed to Rutgers, led all scorers with four goals in the game. JSZ’s Jay Cook has the highlights and reaction from the Nap Torpey Complex in Bridgewater: Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of Pingry is brought to you by Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in Somerville. Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of Bridgewater-Raritan is brought to you by Princeton Orthopaedic Associates.
Cashion’s Career Day Leads RFH to Top 10 Win
It wasn’t a fashion statement, but a “Cashion Statement” for Rumson-Fair Haven on Monday morning. Junior attack Cole Cashion exploded for a career-high six goals and eight total points as RFH (7-1) downed Bridgewater-Raritan (7-1), 12-4, in a battle of Top 10 ranked teams in the Garden State. The Bulldogs led 6-1 at the half and controlled the game from the opening face-off. Tommy French also notched a hat trick in the win. JSZ’s Jay Cook has the highlights and reaction from Bridgewater: Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of Rumson-Fair Haven is brought to you by Mario Venancio of Berkshire Hathaway Fox & Roach Realtors. Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of Bridgewater-Raritan is brought to you by Princeton Orthopaedic Associates.
Watch Saturday 4.9 JSZ Lacrosse Highlights
We have some great Saturday matchups in boys and girls lacrosse. Check back throughout the day as the highlights roll in! Lawrenceville 13 St. Augustine 4 | Boys Big Red cruised in South Jersey, as Connor Gately led Lawrenceville (6-2) with four goals. Yale commit Hunter Chauvette and Johns Hopkins commit Brooks English added three goals apiece in the victory. Four different players scored in the loss for St. Augustine (2-1). JSZ’s Mike Frankel has the highlights: Coverage of Lawrenceville is made possible by Princeton Orthopaedic Associates. Allentown 7 Hopewell Valley 5 | Boys Allentown remains undefeated at 5-0 following a 7-5 victory over Hopewell Valley. The Redbirds led 6-3 at halftime following an early hat trick from Ethan Shaltis. However, Hopewell Valley made the game at 6-5 with 1:37 remaining in the fourth. Jake Searing’s second goal of the afternoon with 38 seconds left in regulation gave Allentown a two score lead to secure the win. JSZ’s Nery Rodriguez has the highlights: Thank you to Princeton Orthopaedic Associates for sponsoring both our Allentown and Hopewell Valley coverage. Bridgewater-Raritan 9 Rumson-Fair Haven 8 | Girls Kelly MacKinney’s fourth goal of the game with 3:58 to go broke an 8-8 tie to give Bridgewater-Raritan an impressive road win against a state-ranked foe. MacKinney scored with :02 left in the first half to give B-R a 5-4 halftime lead. Jackie Braceland scored back-to-back goals to put RFH in front for the first time early in the second half and the teams traded the lead the rest of the way. Rachel James gave Rumson an 8-7 lead before Hailey Waldron tied it setting the stage for MacKinney’s game winner. JSZ’s Rich Chrampanis has the highlights from Rumson: Thanks to Princeton Orthopaedic Associates for sponsoring JSZ’s coverage of Bridgewater-Raritan Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of Rumson-Fair Haven is brought to you by Mario Venancio
Westfield wins 1 vs. 2 swim showdown to earn sectional title
The Blue Devils ended a long losing streak to Bridgewater-Raritan to claim the North 2 Group A sectional title. Watch the highlights and post-match interviews NOW! Westfield 100 Bridgewater-Raritan 70 | North 2 Group A Championship The Blue Devils ended an 11 match losing streak to the Panthers dating back to 2014 to earn a sectional title in a matchup of the top two ranked teams in the state polls. Sophomore Clare Logan had four wins including the 50 and 100 free with junior Lauren Lane getting three wins headlined by the 500 free and 100 back. JSZ’s Rich Chrampanis has the highlights from the Raritan Bay YMCA: Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of Bridgewater-Raritan is brought to you by Princeton Orthopaedic Associates Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of Westfield is brought to you by Senator Jon Bramnick
Vote on JSZ Football Plays of the Year!
Jersey Sports Zone shot hundreds of hours of football this year, and our cameras captured dozens of tremendous plays. Now we want you to vote on the best plays of the year! The Categories: TD Run of the Year | TD Pass of the Year | Defensive TD of the Year | Special Teams TD of the Year | Sack of the Year | Clutch Play of the Year Watch each of the highlight reels below, and then vote on your favorites as much as you’d like. Our polls close on Friday at noon. After that, we’ll put the winners of each of our six polls in one final poll to determine the overall play of the year! TD Run of the Year TD Pass of the Year Defensive TD of the Year Special Teams TD of the Year Sack of the Year Clutch Play of the Year
Watch Wednesday 10.6 JSZ Soccer Highlights
Cinnaminson 1 Delran 0 | Boys The Pirates picked up a signature win, beating a bitter rival and staying undefeated in the process. Ryan Adams’ goal in the 50th minute proved to be the difference. Christian Palmer assisted on the goal, while Cinnaminson keeper Sean Kennedy made several crucial saves down the stretch to earn a clean sheet for the Pirates (10-0). It was the first loss of the season for the Bears (9-1-1). JSZ’s Mike Frankel has the highlights and reaction from this BCSL showdown: Cinnaminson highlights are made possible by NJM Insurance. Hunterdon Central 4 Bridgewater-Raritan 0 | Boys The Red Devils put in work Wednesday night. Hunterdon Central (9-1) picked up its seventh-consecutive win and also topped division rival Bridgewater-Raritan (5-4-1) in Skyland Conference Delaware division action. Nicholas Riga, Ryan Nourbakhsh and Adam Cook each tallied goals in the first half before senior captain Alejandro Pintado closed the scoring with a PK goal in the 66th minute. Darren Szanto had four saves for the clean sheet in the victory. JSZ’s Jay Cook has the highlights from Flemington: Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of Bridgewater-Raritan is made possible by Princeton Orthopaedic Associates.
Watch Saturday 9.25 JSZ Football Highlights
Week four of high school football in the Garden State continues with exciting rivalry matchups! Hillsborough 31 Bridgewater-Raritan 21 Hillsborough (4-0) remains undefeated in 2021 following a 31-21 win over rival Bridgewater-Raritan (2-2). The game was tied 7-7 after two first quarter touchdowns from Tommy Amankwaa and Brady Kurdyla. The Raiders kicked a field goal at the end of the second quarter to give Hillsborough a 10-7 lead. Coming out of halftime Bridgewater scored on an 18 yard touchdown reception from Matt Maciolek to go ahead briefly, but after a Hillsborough interception the Raiders tacked on three scores. Rutgers commit Tommy Amankwaa had 93 total yards of offense and two touchdowns. JSZ’s Nery Rodriguez has the highlights: Thank you to Princeton Orthopaedic Associates for sponsoring both our Hillsborough and Bridgewater-Raritan coverage.
Watch Monday 9.20 JSZ Soccer Highlights
A new week begins with plenty of exciting action on the pitch. Enjoy the highlights! Bridgewater-Raritan 1 Franklin 0 | Boys Bridgewater-Raritan (4-1-1) picked up its third straight win with a close 1-0 victory over Skyland Conference Delaware Division rival Franklin (2-3). After a scoreless first half, Matt Haplin on an assist from Anthony D’Arco […] To access this post, you must purchase an All Access Pass. You can log in here or purchase an All Access Pass here. Become an All Access Pass Holder. You will be redirected to login or purchase page.
JSZ Polls are Back! Get Voting for Week 2 Football Game Balls
Football is well underway in New Jersey and Jersey Sports Zone’s statewide Game Ball polls are back! Our team of MMJ’s are highlighting batches of stellar performances with game ball voting where players in every corner of the state are honored. The polls stay open through Tuesday at 3:00 p.m. Thanks to everyone for voting! South Jersey Future nominations can be submitted to Mike Frankel: MikeFrankel@JerseySportsZone.com North Jersey Future nominations can be submitted to Jay Cook: Jay@JerseySportsZone.com Central Jersey Future nominations can be submitted to Nery Rodriguez: Nery@JerseySportsZone.com.
Vote for the JSZ Week 1 Top Play Belt!
It’s time to vote on the best play the JSZ cameras captured from Week 1 of the New Jersey high school football season! We have a plethora of thrilling plays to choose from this week, so get those votes in as often as you like before the poll closes on Thursday at 3pm.
Watch Friday 9.3 JSZ Football Highlights
Week One continues with a tremendous slate of Friday night games. Enjoy the highlights as they come in! JSZ spans the state to bring you five more great games around New Jersey. Thanks again for getting your All-Access Pass and allowing us to capture great moments from New Jersey high school sports every single day. […] To access this post, you must purchase an All Access Pass. You can log in here or purchase an All Access Pass here. Become an All Access Pass Holder. You will be redirected to login or purchase page.
Watch Tuesday 6.1 JSZ Playoff Lacrosse Highlights
The NJSIAA sectional lacrosse playoffs are officially underway, and JSZ has cameras all over the state to capture the action from the first round! Bridgewater-Raritan 8 Watchung Hills 3 | Boys Group 4 North Brady Kurdyla and Patrick Cullen each had three-point performances to lead a well-balanced Panthers attack to a win in the […] To access this post, you must purchase an All Access Pass. You can log in here or purchase an All Access Pass here. Become an All Access Pass Holder. You will be redirected to login or purchase page.
Vote Now for JSZ’s Week Two Softball and Baseball Game Balls!
It’s time to vote on the best performances from the second week of the spring season. Our Week 2 baseball and softball polls are now open, so get those votes in often before the polls close on Tuesday at 3pm! The JSZ team will present the Game Balls to the winners at a practice or game later in the week. South Jersey Submit future nominations to firstname.lastname@example.org. Take Our Poll Take Our Poll Jersey Sports Zone’s South Jersey Game Ball poll is brought to you by NJM Insurance! Central Jersey Submit future nominations to email@example.com. Take Our Poll Take Our Poll North Jersey Submit future nominations to firstname.lastname@example.org. Take Our Poll Take Our Poll
Watch Friday 1.15 JSZ Ice Hockey Highlights
The high school ice hockey season is here and Jersey Sports Zone has you covered from opening night across the Garden State! Check out our Friday 1.15 hockey highlights. Hillsborough 8 Bridgewater-Raritan 2 Hillsborough begins the 2021 hockey season 1-0 following an 8-2 victory over Skyland Conference rival Bridgewater-Raritan. The Raiders jumped out to a […] To access this post, you must purchase an All Access Pass. You can log in here or purchase an All Access Pass here. Become an All Access Pass Holder. You will be redirected to login or purchase page.
Incredible Stat Lines Highlight JSZ Week 2 Game Ball Nominees!
Just like that, we’re already 1/4 of the way through the 2020 football season now that Week 2 has come and gone. JSZ’s team of MMJ’s is highlighting another batch of stellar performances with game ball voting where players in every corner of the state are honored. The polls stay open through Tuesday at 3:00 p.m. Thanks to everyone for voting! South Jersey Our South Jersey game ball poll includes players from the West Jersey Football League. Thank you to NJM Insurance for sponsoring our South Jersey Game Ball polls! Take Our Poll North Jersey Our North Jersey polls includes players from the Super Football Conference and parts of the Big Central Football Conference. Take Our Poll Central Jersey Our Central Jersey polls includes players from the Shore Conference, as well as parts of the Big Central Football Conference and Mercer County. Take Our Poll
Watch Friday 10.9 JSZ Football Highlights
It’s another slate of tremendous action for Week 2 of the high school football season in the Garden State. Check back throughout the night for all of the amazing highlights and reaction! Cherokee 35 Woodrow Wilson 0 In a battle between defending sectional champions, the Chiefs dominated from start to finish. Billy Osborn threw two […] To access this post, you must purchase an All Access Pass. You can log in here or purchase an All Access Pass here. Become an All Access Pass Holder. You will be redirected to login or purchase page.
JSZ Camp Countdown: Preseason Football Previews for the 2020 Season
Football teams in New Jersey are currently preparing for the 2020 high school season in a preseason like no other. Jersey Sports Zone’s team of multimedia journalists are back pounding the pavement to cover the state and preview dozens of football programs leading up to Opening Day on Oct. 2. From now until then, our “JSZ Camp Countdown” series will highlight a new team daily in preparation for the season. Stop back in each day for a story on your favorite team, your crosstown rival or a team on the other end of New Jersey. Today’s JSZ Camp Countdown Feature: Timber Creek Major changes took place at Timber Creek this offseason as longtime head coach Rob Hinson joined the coaching staff at Rutgers. Brian Wright takes over for Hinson after eight seasons at Cherry Hill West. Wright now presides over one of the best rosters in the state highlighted by junior DE/WR Jihaad Campbell, and junior quarterback Donovan Leary. The Chargers also added senior running back, Temple-commit Johnny Martin, who transferred from Highland in the offseason. JSZ’s James Mooney has the story: Previous JSZ Camp Countdown Previews Scroll down to find a team’s preview, then click the name to watch! Week 1 8/17: Don Bosco Prep 8/18: Hammonton 8/19: Donovan Catholic 8/20: Ramapo 8/21: Absegami 8/22: Bridgewater-Raritan 8/23: Woodbridge Week 2 8/24: Paramus Catholic 8/25: Washington Township 8/26: Union 8/27: Holmdel 8/28: Seton Hall Prep 8/29: Lenape 8/30: Toms River North Week 3 8/31: Winslow 9/1: Sayreville 9/2: St. Joe’s (Mont.) 9/3: Wall 9/4: Hillside 9/5: Wayne Valley 9/6: St. Augustine Week 4 9/7: Holy Spirit 9/8: Westfield 9/9: Irvington 9/10: West Orange 9/11: Woodrow Wilson 9/12: Williamstown 9/13: Mater Dei Prep Week 5 9/14: Delbarton 9/15: Burlington Township 9/16: Red Bank Catholic 9/17: Pope John 9/18: Ridgewood 9/19: Red Bank Regional 9/20: Shawnee Week 6 9/21: DePaul Catholic 9/22: South Brunswick 9/23: Cedar Creek 9/24: Millville 9/25: St. Peter’s Prep 9/26: Timber Creek
JSZ A to Z: Top HS Football Players We’re Excited to See in 2020
Today’s “JSZ A to Z” Feature: Zaire Angoy, Irvington DT We reach the end of the road in our JSZ A to Z series with Zaire Angoy. The Irvington defensive tackle showed his ability to attract double teams and still make plays. After losing weight and joining the wrestling team, Angoy became highly recruited and ultimately chose to stay close to home at Rutgers. Watch our final feature in this exciting series: “JSZ A to Z” Features Click the name to watch the video. A Jaiden Abrams, Hammonton Steve Angeli, Bergen Catholic Aaron Armitage, Blair Academy B Kharyi Banton, Newark West Side Tahj Bullock, St. Peter’s Prep Andrew Butler, DePaul Catholic C Duce Chestnut, Camden Alijah Clark, Camden Amari Clark, Woodrow Wilson D Ah-Shaun Davis, Willingboro Carnell Davis, St. Augustine Charles DePrima, Ramapo Cookie Desiderio, Somerville E Audric Estime, St. Joe’s (Mont.) F Cole Freeman, Delbarton Frankie Monte, St. Joe’s (Mont.) G Mikai Gbayor, Irvington Dominick Giudice, Mater Dei Prep Keshon Griffin St. Joseph (Hamm.) H “Hollywood” Robinson, Penns Grove I Desmond Igbinosun, Union J Mike Jarvis, Shawnee Giye Jenkins, Seton Hall Prep K Jake Kazanowsky, Toms River North Jake Ketschek, St. Augustine L Casey Larkin, Wall Donovan Leary, Timber Creek Ali Lee, Jr., Woodbridge Jake Louro, Red Bank Catholic M Tywon Malone, Bergen Catholic Camron McNair, Donovan Catholic Bryce Myers, Bridgewater-Raritan N Naran Buntin, Mater Dei Prep O Gordon Ogden, Red Bank Regional P Avery Powell, St. Peter’s Prep Q Matt Quetel, Phillipsburg R George Rooks, St. Peter’s Prep Frank Riggio, Verona Ryan Ruane, Rumson-Fair Haven S Keon Sabb, Williamstown Justin Shorter, Blair Academy Patrick Smith, Holy Spirit Ricky “Pop” Spruill, Notre Dame T Will Towns, Jackson Memorial Jordan Thompson, Parsippany Hills U Kanye Udoh, St. Augustine Prep V Geno VanDeMark, St. Joe’s (Mont.) John Volker, Rumson-Fair Haven W Kevin Wigenton II, Hun School X Xavier Coleman, Lenape Y Yah-Sin Calhoun, Freehold Boro Z Zaire Angoy, Irvington
Watch Wednesday 7.15 JSZ Last Dance Baseball Tournament Highlights
It’s moving day in the 222-team, winner-take-all Last Dance. Teams look to punch their spot to Thursday’s Region championships and a chance to get a spot in the single elimination tournament next week! Jersey Sports Zone has our cameras bouncing around to regionals throughout the state. We will post our highlights throughout the day and night. Jersey Sports Zone’s Last Dance Tournament highlights are being brought to you by Sterling National Bank Lincroft Regional Lincroft Colts (CBA) 5 Wall 3 Vanderbilt commit Pat Reilly made the most of his three innings on the mound with six strikeouts and delivered a pair of RBI doubles to pace the offense and put the Colts in the Lincroft-Tinton Falls Regional championship against Middletown North. JSZ’s Rich Chrampanis has the highlights from the Shore Conference: West Orange Regional Hall Ball (Seton Hall Prep) 13 West Orange 3 Brandon Hersh, Karson Harcourt and Justin Cassella starred in Hall Ball’s strong showing Wednesday night to top crosstown rival, West Orange. Hersh and Harcourt were strong from the plate all game long, and Cassella closed out the evening with a 340-foot long ball. JSZ’s Jay Cook has all the highlights from West Orange High School: Sponsor Shoutout! Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of all Seton Hall Prep athletics is proudly brought to you by One-on-One with Steve Adubato. Lawrenceville Regional Lawrence Road Irish (Notre Dame) defeated East Windsor Rams (Hightstown) 6-2 thanks to a pair of big performances from Gavin Martin and Thomas Mills who produced four RBI’s. Notre Dame takes on Lawrence on 7/15. JSZ’s Nery Rodriguez has the highlights: Thank you to Princeton Orthopaedic Associates for sponsoring both our Notre Dame and Hightstown coverage. Tinton Falls Regional Middletown North 9 Blue+Grey (Marlboro) 4 Ryan Rozinski blasted a 2-run homer and Colin Dowlen drove in three more runs to give the #4 seed a spot in the Lincroft-Tinton Falls Regional championship on Wednesday. The Lions knock off the top two seeds in their pool. JSZ’s Rich Chrampanis has the highlights from Tinton Falls: Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of Middletown North is made possible by ACI Medical&Dental School Bridgewater Regional Spartans (Immaculata) 1 BR-Baseball (Bridgewater-Raritan) 0 Immaculata senior Ryan Kabus threw a gem of a game Wednesday afternoon at Prince Rodgers Field. Kabus, the hero from last year’s Somerset County Final, threw a complete game shutout with 10 strikeouts for the win. The Spartans will face Branchburg (Somerville) in the regional championship on Thursday. JSZ’s Jay Cook has the highlights from Bridgewater: Sponsor Shoutout! JSZ’s coverage of Bridgewater-Raritan is brought to you by Princeton Orthopaedic Associates. North Brunswick Regional Vikings Baseball (South Brunswick) 2 OB Knights (Old Bridge) 1 After losing 1-0 in the Greater Middlesex Conference Tournament Championship over a year ago, South Brunswick defeated division rival Old Bridge 2-1. Pitcher Kyle Gruver finished with seven strikeouts and no earned runs. Matt Storch’s RBI single in the bottom of the fourth would tie the game before a bunt would help the Vikings take the eventual go-ahead score. South Brunswick takes on Middlesex on 7/16. JSZ’s Nery Rodriguez has the highlights: Thank you to Princeton Orthopaedic Associates for sponsoring our South Brunswick coverage. Ocean City Regional BPC Spartans (Holy Spirit) 4 Triple Crown (Egg Harbor Twp.) 3 Trevor Cohen gave Holy Spirit the lead with a 2-RBI double in the 5th inning. Then Cohen hit a walk-off sacrifice fly to win it for the Spartans in the bottom of the 7th. Donovan Patten went the distance for Spirit on the mound, striking out six. Holy Spirit improves to (2-0) in pool play, and can advance with a victory on Thursday. JSZ’s Mike Frankel has the highlights from Ocean City: Ocean City Regional Mainland 8 Ocean City 5 These rival teams were locked in a back-and-forth battle until Luke Mazur hit an RBI single in the 6th inning to give the Mustangs the lead for good. JSZ’s Mike Frankel has the highlights from OC: Williamstown Regional EHC Pirates (Cedar Creek) 5 Chargers (Timber Creek) 3 Dan DiGiovannantonio’s RBI triple in the fifth inning proved to be the difference as Cedar Creek pulled away from Timber Creek. Nate Kennedy picked up the win on the mound and chipped in an RBI at the plate to help his cause. The Pirates improve to (2-0) in pool play and will face Williamstown for the regional championship tomorrow. JSZ’s James Mooney has the highlights from Williamstown: JSZ’s coverage of Timber Creek is brought to you by Cooper University Health Care. Williamstown Regional Williamstown 3 Buena 1 The Braves got a dominant performance in relief from Ryan Achey as they hang on to defeat the Chiefs. Achey struck out the side in the fifth and seventh innings, as he racked up seven strikeouts over four innings. Williamstown improves to (2-0) in pool play and will face the EHC Pirates for the regional championship tomorrow. JSZ’s James Mooney has the highlights from Williamstown: Brick Regional Jackson Memorial 4 Mustang Baseball Club (Brick Memorial) 0 A hot start paced the way for Jackson as the Jags took a 2-0 lead in the first after a two-run homer by Tom Cartnick. Junior RHP Matt Potok pitched a shutout through four innings with seven strikeouts. Jackson is now (2-0) in pool play and will take on the Monmouth Monarchs (Manalapan) tomorrow. JSZ’s Kenneth Bradley has the highlights from Brick: JSZ’s coverage of Jackson Memorial is made possible by Louro Chiropractic Center. Coming this Friday….JSZ Top Plays from the Last Dance Tournament We’ll compile the top plays captured by JSZ cameras in the first week of the Last Dance Tournament and ask you to vote for the top play. The winner of our poll this weekend will get a JSZ Game Ball and a presentation with their teammates. Thanks to RWJ Barnabas for supporting the Last Dance Tournament and our coverage!
It’s Selection Saturday! Watch JSZ’s Last Dance Baseball Tournament Selection Show
Jersey Sports Zone reveals the brackets for the Last Dance Baseball Tournament. We’ve got all the matchups as 222 teams try to be the last team standing in Trenton on July 30. In case you missed our live show, check out all the brackets plus interviews with players and coaches around the state. The spring sports season was taken away from New Jersey high school athletes but thanks to an extraordinary effort by the New Jersey high school baseball community, sports is coming back and Garden State diamond squads get an incredible summer tournament for One Last Dance. JSZ presents the Last Dance Baseball Tournament Selection Show. Just like the NCAA Baseball Tournament, we have all the brackets, matchups and interviews with coaches and players from around the state. Click on the video below to watch the reveal of the 222 teams that will play in 32 different regions. Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of the Last Dance Baseball Tournament is made possible by Sterling National Bank. We will have coverage of all nine days of the Tournament starting on July 14 with pool play around the state About the Last Dance Tournament 222 teams, 32 regions. Every team is guaranteed three games in modified pool play. Regions with four teams will play round robin with the best record advancing to the 32-team single elimination tournament that begins in week two. Eight team regions will have modified pool play in the first two days. Teams with 2-0 records will meet up on the final day to determine the region winner. While all the teams are varsity baseball players, the tournament is not associated with the NJSIAA and school uniforms will not be worn. A lot of teams were not allowed to use their school name or nickname which is why you’ll see a lot of different names in the brackets. Last Dance Tournament NORTH BRACKETS SOUTH BRACKETS
Pope John Lions Pounce to Win Protec Ponds Tourney Game
Pope John knows all too well wins are hard to come by in the Gordon Conference. The Lions, stuck at only a single win so far this season, broke through for a handful of goals Sunday afternoon, topping Bridgewater-Raritan 5-1 in the Protec Ponds Holiday Tournament. Alex Blaszak led the way with two goals in a four-goal, second period outburst. JSZ has the highlights from Somerset: Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of all Bridgewater-Raritan athletics is brought to you by the team at Princeton Orthopaedic Associates.
Bridgewater-Raritan hockey tops Bernards!
Bridgewater-Raritan 1 Bernards 0 After beginning the year with a loss Bridgewater-Raritan improved to 1-1 with a close 1-0 victory over Skyland Conference rival Bernards. The Panthers being shut out by goalie Maggie Smith, finally broke through late in the third with a goal by Senior Ben Matton-Conover. JSZ’s Nery Rodriguez has the highlights: Thank you to Princeton Orthopaedic Associates for sponsoring our Bridgewater-Raritan coverage.
Watch Saturday 11.9 JSZ Playoff Football Highlights
The opening round of the state playoffs concludes with Saturday action all around the state. JSZ has two fourth-quarter rallies, an upset by Notre Dame and a revenge win for Ocean City. Watch our teaser and then scroll down to watch all the action Westfield 27 Bridgewater-Raritan 23 | North 1 Group 5 The Blue Devils rallied from a 23-0 deficit late in the third quarter to put together 27 unanswered points and one of the great comebacks in NJ high school football playoff history. Hank Shapiro threw for 317 yards and 3 TD passes including the 29-yard TD pass to Griffin Rooney on the game-winner. Rooney and John Czarnecki both topped 100 yards receiving in the win. Westfield will take on top seed Ridgewood in the sectional semifinal. JSZ’s Rich Chrampanis has the highlights from one of the most exciting games of 2019: Jersey Sports Zone brought you this incredible game thanks to the support of Princeton Orthopaedic Associates (Bridgewater-Raritan) and Assemblyman Jon Bramnick (Westfield). Notre Dame 34 Delbarton 31 | Non-Public Group 4 Notre Dame (9) captured its first playoff win since 2004 with a 34-31 victory over Delbarton (8). The Irish got a lift from running back Cortaz Williams who finished with 210 rushing yards, four touchdowns and an interception. ND advances to face St. Peter’s Prep (1) in the quarterfinals. JSZ’s Nery Rodriguez has the highlights: Thank you to Princeton Orthopaedic Associates for sponsoring our Notre Dame coverage. Special thanks to Tip of the Spear Football for sponsoring our Delbarton coverage. Irvington 22 Cranford 21 | North 1 Group 4 The Blue Knights rally for 14 fourth-quarter points capped off by a Taiyon Battle touchdown run with 2:16 left in the game to rally into the sectional semifinal. Connor Katz threw three first-half touchdown passes to give the Cougars a 21-8 halftime lead but Irvington got a 50-yard TD from AJ Henderson and Battle’s game-winner to earn a date with top seed Northern Highland in round two. JSZ’s Rich Chrampanis has the comeback from Irvington: Thanks to Quick Chek for supporting JSZ’s high school football playoff coverage Ocean City 21 Mainland 14 | South Group 4 Just eight days after losing to the Mustangs 21-6, the Red Raiders exacted revenge against their rivals. Joe Repetti threw two touchdown passes to Jake Schneider and ran for a score to lead the way for Ocean City. Zack Graziotto threw two touchdown passes for Mainland in the loss. The Mustangs had the ball inside the Red Raiders ten yard line with under a minute left, but Chris Armstrong recovered a fumble to seal the win for OC. JSZ’s Mike Frankel has the highlights and reaction as Ocean City earned its first playoff win since 2001: Paramus Catholic 42 St. Joseph (Met.) 7 | Non-Public Group 4 Paramus Catholic might be the No. 10 seed in the Non-Public Group 4 bracket, but the Paladins sure didn’t play like it. Michael Hudson was thrust into the starting quarterback role Saturday and led the way with a four-touchdown performance in a blowout win against No. 7 seed St. Joseph. The Paladins will face No. 2 St. Joe’s (Mont.) next Saturday. JSZ’s Jay Cook has the highlights from Metuchen: Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of the state playoffs is proudly sponsored by QuickChek. Hillside 36 Cinnaminson 2 | South Group 2 Hillside has a habit of jumping up five scores on their opponent before halftime — it was the opposite on Saturday as the Comets exploded for 36 points in the second half to blowout Cinnaminson in the opening round of the state playoffs. JSZ’s Kenneth Bradley has the highlights from Hillside: Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of Cinnaminson is provided by NJM Insurance. Delran 29 Manasquan 14 | South Group 2 University of Michigan commit R.J. Moten’s 51-yard touchdown late in the first quarter was the spark fifth-seeded Delran used fly right past No. 4 seed Manasquan in the opening round of the state playoffs. Dustin Desher, Eren Ibas, Jake Bauman and Kenny Fletcher all contributed to a Bears attack that outgained Manasquan 334-157. Delran advances and will face top-seeded West Deptford next Friday. JSZ has the highlights from Manasquan: Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of the state playoffs is made possible by QuickChek. Paulsboro 20 Glassboro 14 | South Group 1 The Red Raiders jumped out to an early 12-0 lead over the Bulldogs, but needed a stout defensive effort in the second half to preserve the win. Bhayshul Tuten scored twice for the Red Raiders to highlight a productive day on the ground. Paulsboro advances to the Group 1 South semifinals and will host 3-seed Gateway next Saturday. JSZ’s James Mooney has the highlights from Paulsboro: Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of the state playoffs is proudly sponsored by QuickChek.
Watch Friday 11.1 JSZ Football Highlights
The regular season comes to a close in Week 8, and of course, our cameras were on hand to capture all of the action. Watch our teaser below – it sets the table for our Friday night highlights and interviews then scroll down to watch all of our coverage! Lyndhurst 34 Park Ridge 12|2019 NJIC Championship What a day from Piotr Partyla. New Jersey’s leading rusher did not disappoint as he posted 316 rushing yards and 5 TD runs behind a dominant offensive line. Lyndhurst controlled Park Ridge for 48 minutes as the Golden Bears won their first NJIC conference championship. Partyla now leads the state with 1,665 yards and 23 touchdowns on the season. JSZ’s Jay Cook has the highlights and reaction from Lyndhurst: Woodbridge 22 Bridgewater-Raritan 18 Anthony Santino fired a 43-yard TD pass to Jahmir Brown with 1:30 left to give Woodbridge a perfect 8-0 regular season. Ali Lee, Jr. had a pair of TD runs for the Barrons. JSZ”s Kenneth Bradley has the highlights and post-game reaction from a thrilling regular season finale: Hillsborough 21 Piscataway 6 In a matchup that featured two 6-2 teams, Hillsborough defeated reigning North Group 5 Bowl Game Champions Piscataway 21-6. Despite falling behind 6-0 on two field goals in the first quarter, the Raiders were able to take the lead following a rushing and passing touchdown from quarterback Tom Ramsey. Ramsey would also record an interception and sack as Hillsborough secures home-field advantage for the upcoming playoffs. JSZ’s Nery Rodriguez has the highlights: Thank you to Princeton Orthopaedic Associates for sponsoring our Hillsborough coverage. Mainland 21 Ocean City 6 In one of South Jersey’s fiercest rivalries, the Mustangs stayed undefeated with a win over the Red Raiders in the “Battle for the Bridge”. Mainland registered seven sacks in the game, including four from Sean Bradley. Jake Cook hauled in a pair of touchdown catches from Zack Graziotto. Freshman phenom Jabriel Mace rushed for a touchdown as well. Joe Repetti connected with Jake Schneider for Ocean City’s only score in the loss. JSZ’s Mike Frankel has the highlights and reaction from Linwood: Willingboro 24 Camden 12 The Chimeras (8-1) break a four-game losing streak to the Panthers (6-2) to clinch a share of the West Jersey Football League Constitution Division. Both defenses dominated much of the first half, but Willingboro put together an impressive 12-play, 96-yard drive to take an 8-0 lead. Demie Sumo scored twice to help the Chimeras pull away in the second half. JSZ’s James Mooney has the highlights from Shaun Phillips Field: Coverage of Camden is brought to you by Cooper University Health Care. Jackson Memorial 22 Rumson-Fair Haven 14 Lonnie Cebulski threw three touchdown passes including two to Zack Novak to give the Jaguars a fifth consecutive win heading into the playoffs. Jackson Memorial had a 13-7 lead at the half and added a field goal and Novak’s second TD grab to extend the lead to 22-7 before RFH responded with an 81-yard kickoff return for a score. But Jackson Memorial’s defense was lights out the rest of the way. JSZ’s Rich Chrampanis has the Shore Conference highlights: Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of Jackson Memorial is made possible by the Louro Chiropractic Center in Jackson Red Bank Catholic 42 Freehold Township 7 The Caseys spread the wealth on Senior Night with five first-half rushing touchdowns to close out the regular season with a 5-3 mark. RBC begins defense of its Non-Public Group 3 state championship after winning four of its last five games. JSZ’s Rich Chrampanis has the highlights from the Shore Conference: Thanks to the Jersey Shore Institute of Health & Wellness for supporting JSZ’s coverage of Red Bank Catholic Holmdel 24 Freehold Boro 7 The Hornets busted open a 7-0 halftime lead with 17 points in the second half to reach 5-3 and lock down a home game in next week’s South Jersey Group 3 playoffs. Ian Flanagan booted a 30-yard field goal and Thomas Ammirati and Evan Jennings scored short TD runs in the second half. JSZ’s Rich Chrampanis has the highlights from Holmdel: Jersey Sports Zone brings you this game thanks to the support of the Law Office of Lawrence Luttrell (Holmdel) and Playa Bowls in the Freehold Raceway Mall (Freehold Boro)
Watch Friday 10.25 JSZ Football Highlights
The penultimate week of the regular season features some great match-ups all over the state. We’ve got nine games of action from every part of New Jersey. Watch our teaser to get a taste of our coverage and then scroll down to watch all of our extended highlights and interviews! Westfield 20 Phillipsburg 14 (OT) Phillipsburg (7-0) had been steamrolling opponents in 2019 but met their match and more Friday night as Westfield (4-2) and its dynamic passing attack handed the Stateliners their first loss of 2019. Griffin Rooney hauled in the game-winning touchdown pass from Hank Shapiro to seal the win in this classic Mid-State 38 battle. JSZ’s Kenneth Bradley has the thrilling highlights and post-game reaction from Phillipsburg: Sponsor Shoutout! Jersey Sports Zone was able to be on hand for this heart-pounding game thanks to two loyal sponsors. Here’s to Assemblyman Jon Bramnick (Westfield) and the Garnet Booster Club (Phillipsburg) for sponsoring JSZ’s coverage tonight! Red Bank Catholic 27 Donovan Catholic 16 Anthony Borriello threw a 39-yard TD pass to Kevin Bauman and added a 30-yard TD run early in the 4th quarter as the Caseys score 20 straight points in the second half to hand the Griffins their first loss of the season. Elijah Jules had a pair of TD runs for Red Bank Catholic who improve to 4-3 on the season. JSZ’s Rich Chrampanis has the highlights from one of Week 7’s marquee matchups: Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of RBC is brought to you by the Jersey Shore Institute of Health & Wellness. JSI is the reason we can bring you Caseys highlights in all sports all year long! Union 51 Bridgewater-Raritan 35 Many wondered how two of the best programs in the Mid-State 38 would matchup in a late season meeting, but no one could have predicted the offensive performance that would take place in Bridgewater. A first half that saw no punts had Union leading the Panthers 31-28. In the third quarter the Farmers would get a stop that eventually led to 14 unanswered points and proved to be a deciding factor entering the fourth quarter. Union quarterback Andrew Sanborn finished with 265 passing yards and four touchdowns while Bridgewater-Raritan quarterback Alex Fromberg had 274 yards and four touchdowns as well. Union stays undefeated at 8-0 while the Panthers drop to 4-4. JSZ’s Nery Rodriguez has the highlights: Thank you to Princeton Orthopaedic Associates for sponsoring our Bridgewater-Raritan coverage. Williamstown 17 Shawnee 0 The Braves recorded their fifth shutout of the season with a win on the road against the Renegades. Dougie Brown ran for a touchdown to give Williamstown a 7-0 halftime lead, before Brendan Amico kicked a field goal to extend the lead to 10-0 in the third quarter. The Braves stopped Shawnee on a late fourth quarter drive, and then Chris Forman scored a touchdown to serve as an exclamation point. Williamstown stays undefeated at (8-0). JSZ’s Mike Frankel has the highlights from Medford: Coverage of Shawnee is sponsored by Cooper University Health Care. Bergen Catholic 50 Paramus Catholic 12 Bergen Catholic continues to roll. The Crusaders notched their most lopsided victory of 2019 Friday night on the heels of great defense and a suffocating rushing attack. Ryan Butler and Amar Gist each tallied a pair of touchdowns while AJ Longo, Tywone Malone and Javon Cruz anchored a relentless defensive effort. JSZ’s Jay Cook has the highlights from Paramus: Sponsor Shoutout! Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of all Bergen Catholic athletics is brought to you by Rothman Orthpaedics. Pleasantville 21 Buena 14 The Greyhounds (6-1) clinch a share of its first division/conference title in 42 years with come-from-behind win over the Chiefs (6-2). Down 14-7 at halftime, Pleasantville rallied in the third quarter to take the lead. Freshman quarterback Marlon Leslie connected with senior wideout Keon Henry on a 35-yard strike to spark the comeback. After a turnover on downs, Ernest Howard powered into the endzone his second touchdown of the night to give the Greyhounds the lead. JSZ’s James Mooney has the highlights and reaction from Buena: Ridgewood 27 Kennedy 0 After suffering a surprise 13-0 shutout to Clifton last week, Ridgewood rebounded in a big way with a shutout of their own over Kennedy. The Jack Wittmaack-led defense kept the Knights out of the redzone in the second half while captain Gabe Santiago finished the night off with a 16-yard TD run. JSZ’s Jay Cook has the highlights from Ridgewood: Holmdel 17 Raritan 14 Evan Jennings had a 10-yard TD run and a 70-yard scoop and score and the Holmdel defense produced three critical turnovers on forced fumbles to get a big home win and snap a two-game skid. JSZ’s Rich Chrampanis has the highlights from the Shore Conference: Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of Holmdel is made possible by the Law Offices of Lawrence Luttrell Mater Dei Prep 37 Middletown North 0 Alex Brown threw two TD passes and Naran Buntin had a TD run and TD catch to help Mater Dei Prep break a three-game losing streak. The Seraphs improve to 5-3 on the season while Middletown North is now 4-4. JSZ’s Rich Chrampanis has the highlights during the celebration of the 100th year of football in Middletown:
Watch Friday 10.5 JSZ Football Highlights
The weather finally cooled off, but the action heats up on the gridiron as the calendar turns to October. JSZ has a full slate of Week 4 games for you! Phillipsburg 20 Bridgewater-Raritan 13 Phillipsburg captured its 700th career win with a close 20-13 victory over Mid-State 38 foe Bridgewater-Raritan. The Stateliners fell behind 13-0 in the second quarter and put up 20 unanswered points to remain undefeated on the year at 5-0. Quarterback Ben Ries finished with a passing and rushing touchdown while Running back Matt Quetel rushed for 116 yards and a score. JSZ’s Nery Rodriguez has the highlights: Thank you to the Garnet Booster Club for sponsoring our Phillipsburg coverage. Coverage of Bridgewater-Raritan is brought to you by Princeton Orthopaedic Associates. St. Peter’s Prep 41 DePaul 22 Is there a hotter team in New Jersey than St. Peter’s Prep? The undefeated Marauders kept their perfect record intact so far this season thanks to a career day from wideout Byron Shipman, who exploded with three touchdown receptions on the night. The SPP defense was in the backfield all night, accounting for seven sacks in the win. JSZ’s Jay Cook has the highlights from Wayne: Highland 21 Timber Creek 17 The Tartans knocked off the Chargers in this district rivalry game for the second year in a row. Johnny Martin led the way on the ground with 169 yards rushing and a touchdown. Kasim Randall-Dale and Javon Holley also scored for Highland. Hamin Anderson sealed the win with an interception just outside the end zone with under one minute left. Donovan Leary threw two touchdown passes to Dior Boyd for Timber Creek in the loss. JSZ’s Mike Frankel has the highlights and reaction from Blackwood: Coverage of Highland and Timber Creek is brought to you by Cooper University Health Care. St. Joseph (Hamm.) 43 Haddonfield 8 The Wildcats (4-1) made an impressive statement, snapping Haddonfield’s (4-1) state-best 21-game winning streak in dominant fashion. St. Joseph standout running back Jada Byers finished the night with three total touchdowns, including a 91-yard catch and run in the first quarter. Wideout Tyrell Russell hauled in 5 catches for 154 yards and a touchdown. The Wildcats defense held the Bulldogs offense in check with six sacks and ten tackles for loss. JSZ’s James Mooney has the highlights from Haddonfield: Coverage of Haddonfield is brought to you by NJM Insurance. Long Branch 26 Middletown South 14 Jermaine Corbett had a 30-yard pick-six to go along with a TD run and the Long Branch defense produced eight turnovers to break a three-game losing streak. The Green Wave took a 20-7 halftime lead before Tyler Cuccia’s TD run go the Eagles within six at the end of three quarters, but the Green Wave added a Kyle Davidson two-yard TD run and put the game away with three fourth quarter turnovers. JSZ’s Rich Chrampanis has the Shore Conference highlights: Thanks to Rosario Realty for sponsoring JSZ’s coverage of Long Branch High School! Red Bank Catholic 21 Toms River North 6 After an uncharacteristic start to the season, it seems as if Red Bank Catholic has righted their ship. The Caseys played stingy defense and were rock solid in the red zone as they cruised past undefeated Toms River North. Quarterback Ryan Edgerly had a hand in all three RBC touchdowns. JSZ has the highlights from Toms River: Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of Red Bank Catholic is provided by the Jersey Shore Institute of Health and Wellness. Donovan Catholic 35 Red Bank Regional 0 Ryan Clark had two touchdown runs and the Donovan Catholic defense pitched its fourth shutout of the season to get the Griffins to 5-0. JSZ’s Rich Chrampanis has the Shore Conference highlights from Little Silver: Thanks to Ryser’s Landscape Supply for sponsoring JSZ’s coverage of Red Bank Regional. Our sponsors are the reason we can bring you great high school sports coverage all year round! Jackson Memorial 22 Saint John Vianney 14 The Jaguars rally for two fourth-quarter scores on long runs by Lonnie Cebulski and Will Towns to score an upset win over the Lancers. Watch the highlights now! Thanks to the Lour Chiropractice Center for sponsoring JSZ’s coverage of the Jackson Memorial Jaguars!
Watch Monday 9.23 JSZ Soccer Highlights
JSZ has a full slate of highlights to help kick off the new week! Check back throughout the night for all of the action! Middletown South 2 Middletown North 1 Danny Minze scored on a volley with .1 seconds left to give Middletown South an unbelievable finish against their crosstown rival. Lions goalkeeper Andrew Bogues was outstanding in the final 10 minutes making a number of high quality saves. Bogues made a diving stop and then stuffed a rebound with 10 seconds remaining, but South was able to get off a corner kick leading to Minze’s heroics. Watch this incredible finish and post-match reaction NOW! Holmdel 4 Matawan 1 Tomas Zolofra broke a 1-1 tie in the 56th minute and added one more insurance goal to get the Hornets to 9-0 on the season. Chris Dietrich scored the lone goal for Matawan while Jason Ng and Connor Hinds found the net for Holmdel. JSZ’s Rich Chrampanis has Monday night Shore Conference soccer: Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of Holmdel is made possible by the Law Offices of Lawrence Luttrell Monroe 2 J.P. Stevens 0 Monroe picked up their third straight win with a close 2-0 victory over Greater Middlesex rival J.P. Stevens. Adrian Dilascio and Christian Bernal both found net as the Falcons improve to 9-1. JSZ’s Nery Rodriguez has the highlights: Thank you to Princeton Orthopaedic Associates for sponsoring our Monroe coverage Gill St. Bernard’s 2 Bridgewater-Raritan 0 Gill St. Bernard’s is quickly moving to the front of the pack in the Somerset County soccer scene. The Knights were led by Micaah Garnette and Gavin Scavino as both scored goals early in the start of each half. The win gives Gill St. Bernard’s their sixth straight this season. JSZ’s Jay Cook has the highlights from Bridgewater: JSZ’s coverage of all Bridgewater-Raritan athletics is brought to you by Princeton Orthopaedic Associates: Egg Harbor Twp. 3 Millville 0 The Eagles took control of this one from the start, thanks to a pair of early goals from Ahmad Brock. Burak Cimen and Jayden Guy assisted on the goals, with Cimen adding a goal of his own from the penalty spot later in the first half. EHT is now (8-1) on the season, with Millville falling to (4-2). JSZ’s Mike Frankel has the highlights from this Cape Atlantic League clash:
Watch Friday 9.20 JSZ Football Highlights
Week Two is well underway! JSZ has eight games from around New Jersey including a Shore Conference shocker, new turf at Phillipsburg, and an impressive win streak continues in South Jersey. Watch our Teaser to get a taste of the menu and scroll down to watch all of our highlights and post-game reaction! Middletown South 29 Red Bank Catholic 7 Tyler Cuccia had three TD runs and the Eagles scored 26 unanswered points to score an upset win and their first win of the season. Chris Lotito had a key interception and threw a TD pass on the halfback option to Matt Krellin. JSZ has the highlights of a stunner out of the Shore Conference: Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of RBC is brought to you by the Jersey Shore Institute of Health & Wellness Red Bank Regional 21 Manasquan 7 Jack Chamberlain had a TD run and a 50-yard TD pass to AJ Abarno in the first half to pace the Bucs to a 3-0 mark in 2019. Manasquan blocked a field goal and returned it to the 10-yard line setting up their only score of the game, but David Hicks responded with an 83-yard kickoff return to put the game away. JSZ’s Rich Chrampanis has the highlights and post-game reaction from Little Silver: Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of Red Bank Regional is made possible by Ryser’s Landscape Supply in Little Silver Rumson-Fair Haven 49 Long Branch 20 John Volker scored three touchdowns in the first half including a 65-yard catch on a short pass as the Bulldogs rebounded from a 14-3 loss to Wall with an offensive explosion at home against Long Branch. Jermaine Corbett scored all three Long Branch TD’s in the loss. JSZ’s Rich Chrampanis has the highlights from Rumson: Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of Long Branch is brought to you by Rosario Realty Shawnee 31 Hammonton 8 The defending South Jersey Group 4 champion Renegades improved to (3-0) with a convincing victory over the Blue Devils. Jake Barnett rushed for a pair of touchdowns in the win, with Tom Rebstock and Jaylen Horsley rushing for scores as well. Shawnee also moved the ball well through the air, as Matt Welsey connected with Nate Sommerville and Dom Frigiola for big plays. Kyle Vandever caught a 50-yard touchdown pass from Ryan Barts for Hammonton in the loss. JSZ’s Mike Frankel has the highlights from Medford: Coverage of Shawnee is made possible by Cooper University Health Care. Ridge 31 Bridgewater-Raritan 14 Ridge started off the 2019 season 2-0 following a 31-14 win over crosstown rival Bridgewater-Raritan. The Red Devils were able to take a commanding 21-0 lead in the first quarter after two touchdowns from wide receiver Cameron Lloyd. In the second half Lloyd would also catch a 56 yard pass from quarterback Brendan Bell for a third TD. JSZ’s Nery Rodriguez has the highlights: Thank you to Princeton Orthopaedic Associates for sponsoring our Bridgewater-Raritan coverage! Ridgewood 20 Irvington 6 After starting 2-0 on the season, the Irvington Blue Knights hit a Maroon-colored roadblock Friday night. Ridgewood played suffocating defense throughout the game as they built a 20-0 lead behind two rushing touchdowns from Jack Wittmaack. Irvington did find the endzone in the fourth quarter one but it proved too late. JSZ’s Jay Cook has the highlights from Irvington: Haddonfield 28 Cinnaminson 0 The Bulldogs improve to (3-0) and extend its state-best 20-game win streak with a dominant victory over the Pirates. Haddonfield’s defense put on a stellar performance holding Cinnaminson to just 26 yards of offense. Senior quarterback Jack Narducci threw for 124 yards and three touchdowns, all to senior wideout Kyle Garstkiewicz, in the victory. JSZ’s James Mooney has the highlights and reaction from Cinnaminson: Coverage of Cinnaminson and Haddonfield is brought to you by NJM Insurance. Phillipsburg 37 Hunterdon Central 14 The Phillipsburg Stateliners began the newest era at Maloney Stadium with a bang. In their first home game since new turf was installed during the offseason, P’Burg made a statement. All three phases of the team were tough, highlighted by Matt Quetel’s 212-yard, four-touchdown game. JSZ has the highlights from Phillipsburg: Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of all Phillipsburg athletics is proudly brought to you by the Garnet Booster Club.
Watch Friday 9.13 JSZ Week 1 Football Highlights
The 2019 season kicks into gear with great games all over the Garden State. The highlights are posted! Watch our Week One Teaser to get you ready for some great games around NJ. Then scroll down and watch each of our games. Thanks to our sponsors for allowing us to capture these great moments and we’ll see you on Saturday to wrap up our Week One coverage Holmdel 26 Shore Regional 23 (OT) Cameron LaMountain scored his fourth touchdown of the game on 4th own inside the one-yard line to give the Hornets a thrilling overtime win in their opener. Shore Regional forced OT on the foot of Cade Torres, who nailed a 31-yard field goal to tie the game at 20 with 1:50 to go in the 4th. Torres hit his third field goal of the game from 40 yards out to give Shore a 23-20 lead in OT before the Holmdel offense drove the ball down to the one-yard line setting the stage for the dramatic finale. JSZ’s Rich Chrampanis has the exciting highlights from the Shore Conference: Two great sponsors are responsible for the highlights of this overtime thriller. Special thanks to RYPT (Shore Regional) and the Law Offices of Lawrence Luttrell (Holmdel) Red Bank Regional 23 Raritan 12 Jack Chamberlain had 16 carries for 175 yards and 3 TD’s as the Bucs overcame a 12-3 halftime deficit with 20 straight points to get to 2-0. The Bucs got a huge defensive effort from Will Dal Pra and Kyle Weisman. Weisman had a fumble recovery and Dal Pra had a key sack to put RBR in a a position to take the lead. Chamberlain had TD runs of 14, 6 and 68 yards all in the second half. Raritan got a 1-yard TD run from Mike Fiore and an 18-yard TD catch from Luke O’Hea from Steve Coponi. JSZ brings you the Shore Conference action from Hazlet: Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of Red Bank Regional is brought to you by Ryser’s Landscape Supply in Little Silver Willingboro 28 Delsea 14 The Chimeras spoiled opening night for the Crusaders, thanks to a stout defense and a big-play offense. Khaleb McRae returned a fumble for a touchdown to open the scoring. Demie Sumo rushed for a score and caught a touchdown pass in the first half, as Boro built a 20-7 lead at the break. Zaire Clements added a second half touchdown run, while Ah-Shaun Davis and Temple commit Chris Long helped the Chimeras keep the chains moving all night long. JSZ’s Mike Frankel has the highlights and reaction from Franklinville: Coverage of Delsea is brought to you by NJM Insurance. Piscataway 21 Sayreville 7 Coming off a dominating 40-7 season opener against Franklin, Piscataway continued to show their strength by defeating Greater Middlesex Conference rival Sayreville 21-7. The Chiefs got on the board early in the first quarter thanks to a 25 yard opening drive touchdown from Khristan Hernandez. Hernandez would score again in the fourth quarter and also had an interception on defense. The game also extended Piscataway’s win streak to 16. JSZ’s Nery Rodriguez has the highlights: Phillipsburg 42 Franklin 7 Phillipsburg has outscored its opponents 96-7 through two games this season, and they’re doing so with a remarkably balanced attack on offense. Senior two-way threat Tommy Coury caught two touchdown passes while junior tailback Matt Quetel found pay dirt three times in a blowout win. JSZ’s Jay Cook has the highlights from Franklin: Sponsor Shoutout! Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of the Stateliners is made possible by our great Phillipsburg sponsor, the Garnet Booster Club. Hillsborough 13 Bridgewater-Raritan 12 After holding onto a 7-6 advantage at the break, Hillsborough came back from a 12-7 deficit in the third quarter with a 49-yard touchdown pass to retake and never give up the lead to Bridgewater-Raritan in a Mid-State 38 showdown. Thomas Amankwaa caught the eventual game-winning touchdown while T.J. Schultz snagged a key interception late in the game. JSZ’s Jay Cook has the highlights from Hillsborough: Sponsor Shoutout! Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of all Hillsborough and Bridgewater-Raritan athletics is proudly brought to you by Princeton Orthopaedic Associates. Holy Spirit 52 Eastern 15 The Spartans earned their first win of the season, building a 32-7 halftime lead. Sophomore QB Trevor Cohen threw two of his three touchdown passes to senior WR Ahmad Brown, and ran for a score in the victory. JSZ’s James Mooney has the highlights from Ed Byrnes Stadium in Absecon: Coverage of Eastern is brought to you by Cooper University Health Care.
JSZ Year in Review: Top Girls Soccer Games of 2018
Jersey Sports Zone is about capturing great video highlights. As we get ready to turn the page towards the 2019-2020 school year, we take one more look back at the top games captured by our cameras from the 2018-2019 season. We continue this series with girls soccer. #10 St. Rose 1 Trinity Hall 0 – Non-Public B Final Rutgers commit, Julianne Leskauskas, scores the lone goal for St. Rose, giving them the 2018 Sectional win. #9 Old Bridge 1 Monroe 0 CJG4 Semifinals Emmi DeNovellis scores the lone goal in overtime, and the Knights walked away with the Central Jersey Group 4 Semifinal win. #8 Hunterdon Central 4 Ridge 0 Hunterdon Central’s Corinna Zullo finishes with two goals and one assist. Emily Mason scores one goal and one assist. #7 Toms River North 1 Red Bank Catholic 0 – Shore Conference Tournament Alexa Peto scores the game-winning goal against Red Bank Catholic in the 28th minute. #6 Governor Livingston 1 Delsea 0 – Group 2 Semifinal Allie Post scores the lone goal for Governor Livingston, giving them the Group 2 Semifinal victory. #5 Middletown North 3 St. John Vianney 2 Katelyn Reid scores the game-winning goal with 16 seconds left in the game. #4 Eastern 1 Bridgewater-Raritan 0 – Group 4 Championships Kelli McGroarty scores the lone goal with a header in the 76th minute. #3 Northern Highlands 1 Middletown North 0 (OT) – Group 3 Semifinal Reagan Klarkmann scores the Golden Goal in overtime. #2 Middletown North 3 Middletown South 1 The Middletown South Eagles lead 1-0 going into the second half. But, the Middletown North Lions score three goals in the second half, walking away with the win. #1 Ramapo 3 Northern Highlands 2 (2OT) The Ramapo Raiders upset the #1 Nationally Ranked Northern Highlands Highlanders in double overtime!
Devil Dogs take seventh annual Basilone Bowl!
Devil Dogs 28 Leathernecks 17 – Basilone Bowl All-Star Game 2019 Despite challenging weather the seventh annual Basilone Bowl at Bridgewater-Raritan High School did not disappoint Somerset County fans. The All-Star game sponsored by the United States Marine Corps kicked off with an early score from two hometown heroes as Bridgewater-Raritan’s Greg Verano found Anthony Goffe for a 60 yard touchdown to draw first blood for the Devil Dogs. Verano would score again on 75 and 86 yard TD’s in the second quarter to make it a 21-17 lead at halftime. He finished the night with 217 passing yards three passing touchdowns and one rushing to earn offensive MVP honors. Defensive MVP went to Bernards Ryan Bender who had three and a half sacks. JSZ’s Nery Rodriguez has the highlights:
Vote now for JSZ’s Spring Sports Plays of the Year!
Big moments, amazing athleticism and pure power highlight Jersey Sports Zone’s spring sports plays of the year. We have over 40 nominees in three categories. Watch the best highlights captured by our cameras and cast your vote now! The 2019 spring sports season has come to a close and JSZ went through all of our games to pick the best plays captured by our camera. We’ve got nominees for the JSZ Lax goal of the year, web gem of the year (baseball and softball) plus the spring sports clutch play of the year featuring walk-off wins on the diamond, overtime lax thrillers and great arms from the outfield on the diamond. Our polls will stay open through Friday at 3:00 pm and we will honor our plays of the year winners this summer. A special thanks to all the athletes who are responsible for these fantastic clips! JSZ Lax Goal of the Year Take Our Poll JSZ Spring Sports Clutch Play of the Year Take Our Poll JSZ Web Gem of the Year Take Our Poll
Watch Saturday 5.18 JSZ Playoff Lacrosse Highlights
The state lacrosse playoffs continued and JSZ has two games from the boys side – both of our games were one-goal affairs. Nery Rodriguez and Madison Bess brings us some exciting action from Saturday morning! (4) Westfield 9 (5) Bridgewater-Raritan 8 – Boys – North Group 4 Quarterfinal Round No. 20 in the NJ Top 20 Westfield advanced to the North Group 4 semifinal round with a tight 9-8 win over Bridgewater-Raritan. The Blue Devils got ahead early to take a 6-3 lead at halftime. However, Bridgewater-Raritan thanks to a pair scores from Jarrett Fought in the third cut it to an 8-6 deficit entering the fourth. The Panthers would eventually come within one score, but Westfield was able to hold their ground on defense and hang on for the victory. Devon McLane and Jake Engelke both finished with hat tricks. The Blue Devils move on to face top seeded Ridge in the next round. JSZ’s Nery Rodriguez has the highlights: Sponsors! Thank you to the office of Jon Bramnick for sponsoring our Westfield coverage! Thank you to Princeton Orthopaedic Associates for sponsoring our Bridgewater-Raritan coverage! #6 Hopewell Valley 8 #3 Wall 7 – Boys South Group 2 Quarterfinal Round The #6 Hopewell Valley Bulldogs advanced to the Semifinals on Saturday morning, defeating the #3 Wall Crimson Knights 8-7. The Knights took the lead by two at the end of the third quarter. However, the Bulldogs came back in the fourth quarter, scoring three goals. Hopewell Valley’s Dylan Tomarchio scored the game-high with four goals, including the tiebreaker goal to win the game. JSZ’s Madison Bess has the highlights and post-game reaction from Wall: Thank you to Princeton Orthopaedic Associates for sponsoring our coverage of the Hopewell Valley Bulldogs!
Watch Saturday 5.11 JSZ County Tournament Lacrosse Highlights
It’s championship Saturday in New Jersey high school lacrosse! We’ve got the championship games from the Shore Conference and Somerset finals on both the boys and girls side. Enjoy the coverage! Manasquan 12 CBA 7 – Shore Conference Tournament Boys Final The Warriors busted open a 4-4 game with seven straight goals to win its third consecutive Shore Confrence Tournament title. Canyon Birch scored five goals to lead the way giving him 97 for his senior season. NJ’s all-time leading lax scorer stands at 491 career points heading into the state playoffs. James Pendergist had three goals and two assists as the Warriors reach 17-0 on the season. JSZ’s Rich Chrampanis has the highlights from Monmouth University: Ridge 15 Montgomery 9 – Somerset County Tournament Boys Final Ridge’s recipe for success might be odd, but it sure does work. The Red Devils partake in some spirited intra-squad trash talking during their games and it sure works, evidenced by their 15-9 win over Montgomery in the Somerset County finale. Chris Crapanzano and Jake Hoffman each scored four times in the win. JSZ’s Jay Cook has the highlights and post-game interviews from Bridgewater: Sponsor Shoutout! Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of Montgomery is proudly brought to you by Princeton Orthopaedic Associates! Rumson-Fair Haven 9 Red Bank Catholic 6 – Shore Conference Tournament Girls Final RFH used six diferent scorers in a balanced attack to hold off the Caseys and win a remarkable seventh straight Shore Conference title. RFH has won 119 straight games against conference foes. Sophomore Chase Boyle had two goals and two assists in the win. Cassie James and Sophia Passalaqua also hit the two goal mark for the 19-2 Bulldogs. JSZ’s Rich Chrampanis has the highlights and post-game reaction from Monmouth University: Thanks to Gold Coast Cadillac for sponsoring our Rumson-Fair Haven coverage and allowing us to capture championship moments! Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of Red Bank Catholic is brought to you buy Playa Bowls in Red Bank Bridgewater-Raritan 18 Pingry 8 – Somerset County Tournament Girls Final The Bridgewater-Raritan Panthers took home their fifth straight County Title trophy on Saturday afternoon defeating the Pingry Big Blue 18-8. The Panthers took the lead early on in the first half, and the Big Blue tied the game with less than ten minutes left in the half. But the Panthers found their momentum again in the second half, scoring ten goals. James Madison University commit Tai Jankowski scored the game-high with five goals. Marquette commit Lizzy Escudero added four goals with Wesleyan commit Madi Bray scoring three goals. JSZ’s Madison Bess has the highlights and post-game reactions from Bridgewater: Sponsor! Thank you to Princeton Orthopaedic Associates for sponsoring Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of Bridgewater-Raritan!
No. 2 Oak Knoll Defeats No. 7 Bridgewater-Raritan
Oak Knoll 17 Bridgewater-Raritan 11 – Girls Lacrosse The No. 2 Oak Knoll Royals defeated the Bridgewater-Raritan Panthers on Thursday afternoon after a vigorous second half. Harvard University commit, Riley Campbell, scored four goals along with sophomore Colleen Quinn. Katie Duttenhofer scored three goals. Despite Bridgewater-Raritan’s loss, James Madison University commit, Tai Jankowski, scored the game-high with five goals. JSZ’s Madison Bess has the highlights from Chatham: Sponsor! Thank you to Princeton Orthopaedic Associates for sponsoring JSZ’s coverage of Bridgewater-Raritan!
Watch Wednesday 4.24 JSZ Lacrosse Highlights
JSZ takes you on a ride to lacrosse games in three regions of the state for some mid-week action. Watch all the highlights below, including the Ridgewood girls sending a message across the country by beating one of the top teams in America; Ridge notching a big Skyland Conference win; St. Joe’s (Mont.) ending an undefeated record; and Ocean City putting up double-digit goals once more. Enjoy! No. 2 Ridgewood 12 No. 1 Moorestown 8 – Girls The No. 1 and No. 2 Girls Lacrosse teams in the state of New Jersey met on Wednesday night for the first time since the T of C final round last season, in which the Moorestown Quakers came out on top. However, Wednesday night called for a different victor. The Maroons put in eight goals in just the first half, as the Quakers put in just two. Notre Dame commit, Jackie Wolak, was the star for Ridgewood tonight, scoring three goals and two assists. Lafayette commit, Marley Scala, Villanova commit, Keely Bennett, and Lehigh commit, Annie McCarthy, each scored two goals. JSZ’s Madison Bess has the highlights and post-game reactions from Ridgewood: Sponsor! Thank you to NJM Insurance for sponsoring Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of Moorestown! No. 4 Ridge 11 Bridgewater-Raritan 2 – Boys A packed crowed gathered in Bridgewater as the Panthers hosted No. 4 Ridge for a Skyland Conference cross division showdown. Both teams came out hitting hard to keep the game scoreless after one quarter. In the second Ridge got to work thanks to goals from Sean Everson and Jake Hoffman. That would prove to be what the Red Devils needed as they would eventually go up 8-1 entering the fourth. Everson finished a pair of scores while Hoffman had four goals on the day. JSZ’s Nery Rodriguez has the highlights: Sponsor! Thank you to Princeton Orthopaedic Associates for sponsoring our Bridgewater-Raritan coverage! St. Joe’s (Mont.) 8 Wayne Hills 6 – Boys St. Joe’s (Mont.) used a balanced offensive attack with five different goal scorers to put an end to Wayne Hills’ undefeated record this season. Frankie Monte, Troy Santise and Ryan Stefanik all scored twice in this game. JSZ’s Jay Cook has the highlights from Montvale: No. 18 Ocean City 11 Mainland 6 – Boys The Red Raiders earned the inside track toward a Cape Atlantic League title with a win over their rivals. Jake Schneider led the way with three goals in the win. Anthony Inserra and Trent Laveson each scored a pair of goals for Ocean City. Patrick Taylor scored two goals for the Mustangs in the loss. JSZ’s Mike Frankel has the highlights from Linwood:
Watch Tuesday 4.23 JSZ Lacrosse Highlights
JSZ is bringing you two top-notch girls lacrosse games from Tuesday morning and Tuesday night. Check out a Shore Conference showdown as well as a Skyland Conference matchup between two NJ Top 20 teams! No. 5 Rumson-Fair Haven 15 Red Bank Regional 6 – Girls Lacrosse The Rumson-Fair Haven Bulldogs improved their overall record to 10-2, defeating the Red Bank Regional Bucs on Tuesday morning during a Ridge Road showdown. Monmouth University commit, Cassie James, scored the game-high with four goals. Chase Boyle and UC Boulder commit, Jordan Johnson, scored three goals each as well. JSZ’s Madison Bess has the highlights from Rumson: Sponsors! Thank you to Gold Coast Cadillac for sponsoring Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of Rumson-Fair Haven! Thank you to Ryser’s Landscape Supply for sponsoring Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of Red Bank Regional! No. 6 Bridgewater-Raritan 17 No. 13 Ridge 6 – Girls Lacrosse The Bridgewater-Raritan Panthers dominated on Tuesday night, picking up their ninth win of the season against Ridge. Franklin and Marshall commit, Madison Bray, scored the game-high with five goals. James Madison commit, Tai Jankowski, scored the second highest with four goals. Marquette commit, Lizzy Escudero, and American University commit, Sadie Herman, each scored three goals as well. JSZ’s Madison Bess has the highlights from Basking Ridge: Sponsor! Thank you to Princeton Orthopaedic Associates for sponsoring JSZ’s coverage of Bridgewater-Raritan!
Watch Saturday 4.20 JSZ Lacrosse Highlights
A wet Easter weekend was not enough to stop the top lacrosse programs in the Garden State from hitting the field. Stay tuned throughout the night as JSZ brings you highlights from five games across the state! No. 4 Delbarton 15 No. 8 Summit 5 – Boys After falling to Seton Hall Prep in a tough loss earlier this month, it seems Delbarton is now back on track. C.J. Kirst and Under Armour All-American Mikey Long put together career games as Delbarton topped the Hilltoppers in a rematch of last season’s Tournament of Champions finale. JSZ’s Jay Cook has the highlights from Morristown: No. 2 Seton Hall Prep 12 No. 7 Hunterdon Central 4 – Boys Second ranked Seton Hall Prep remains undefeated in 2019 following an impressive 12-4 win over No. 7 Hunterdon Central. The Pirates trailed for all about two and half minutes in the first quarter before unleashing a stifling offense that would eventually make it 8-3 at halftime. In the second act a change at goalie saw Todd Carolonza end the day with one goal allowed and seven saves. UMass commit Luke Blanc and University of Virginia bound Connell Kumar both found net three times. JSZ’s Nery Rodriguez has the highlights: No. 11 Lenape 12 No. 12 Shawnee 10 – Boys The Indians raced out to an 8-2 halftime lead, before holding off a furious Renegades rally down the stretch. Mason Bregman and Luke Cole each scored four goals in the win. Bryce Reece added two goals for Lenape. Gavyn Wilson scored four goals for Shawnee in the loss, while Chris Lyons added three. JSZ’s Mike Frankel has the highlights from this Olympic Conference rivalry game: Rumson-Fair Haven 5 No. 13 Moorestown 4 (2OT) – Boys Drew Frankel’s low liner shot with 22 seconds to go in double overtime gives Rumson-Fair Haven a big win outside the Shore Conference. The game featured outstanding goaltending by the Quakers Jack Avis and RFH’s Ryan Croddick. Connor McDonough scored in the final minute of regulation for Moorestown to force overtime. Frankel’s game-winner came with RFH a man up. Watch the highlights from a fantastic showdown on the Jersey Shore: Thanks to two great sponsors for allowing us to cover this great game. NJM Insurance (Moorestown) and Gold Coast Cadillac (RFH) are the reason we captured this fantastic matchup! No. 8 Rumson-Fair Haven 10 No. 6 Bridgewater-Raritan 9 – Girls The Rumson-Fair Haven Bulldogs had a six-goal, second half comeback on Saturday morning, defeating the Bridgewater-Raritan Panthers, who won the TOC in 2017, by just one goal. Rumson-Fair Haven’s Chase Boyle scored the team-high for the Dawgs with four goals. Sophia Passalaqua scored the second highest with three goals. Bridgewater-Raritan’s Tai Jankowski scored the game-high with five goals. JSZ’s Madison Bess has the highlights from Rumson: Sponsors! Thank you to Gold Coast Cadillac for sponsoring Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School! Thank you to Princeton Orthopaedic Associates for sponsoring Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of Bridgewater-Raritan!
Watch Saturday 4.6 JSZ Lacrosse Highlights
Saturdays in the spring mean plenty of lacrosse action across the Garden State. JSZ has you covered with highlights of three games which include Delbarton getting the best of a Pennsylvania prep school squad; and Bridgewater-Raritan’s Alex Fromberg pushing the Panthers with his first career hat trick. On the girls side, Ridgewood and Oak Knoll meet in a rematch of last year’s Tournament of Champions. Enjoy the highlights! Delbarton 8 Malvern Prep (PA) 7 Delbarton has become familiar with tough out-of-state competition and Saturday was no different. After giving up two early scores to Malvern Prep, Delbarton put together seven unanswered goals which gave them enough fuel in the tank to push past the Friars in a thrilling game. Stanford football commit Lukas Ungar and fellow junior Jack Cerza both notched two goals apiece in the win. JSZ’s Jay Cook has the highlights form Morristown: Bridgewater-Raritan 12 Watchung Hills 9 Everything seemed to be working for the Bridgewater-Raritan Panthers, and that especially was the case for junior Alex Fromberg. Fromberg pumped in a trio of goals to secure his first career hat trick in the win. JSZ’s Jay Cook has the highlights from Bridgewater: Sponsor Shoutout! Jersey Sports Zone was able to be on hand and cover this game thanks to a pair of our loyal sponsors — Princeton Orthopaedic Associates and Total Rehab & Sports Medicine, based out of Bridgewater. Ridgewood 14 Oak Knoll 8 – Girls Lacrosse Notre Dame commit Jackie Wolak was one of three Maroons to tally a hat trick in a matchup of two top-five ranked teams. Annie McCarthy and Keely Bennett also scored three times for 5-0 Ridgewood, who scored three straight goals to close out the first half to take an 8-6 lead and controlled the second half outscoring the Royals 6-2. Katie Duttenhofer had five goals in a losing effort. JSZ has the highlights from one of the big early regular season showdowns in girls lacrosse:
Buzzer Beaters, big stats headline JSZ Game Ball Nominees on Super Sunday
It’s time to honor great performances from New Jersey high school basketball with our JSZ Game Balls. We have polls for North, Central and South Jersey in both boys and girls categories. The polls are open now through Tuesday at 3:00 pm. We look forward to handing out 6 JSZ Game Balls every week and we’ll stop by mid-week practices or games to make a presentation. NJM Insurance South Jersey Game Ball Nominees Take Our Poll Take Our Poll Jersey Sports Zone is able to honor South Jersey athletes every week thanks to the support of NJM Insurance! JSZ North Jersey Game Ball Nominees Take Our Poll Take Our Poll JSZ Central Jersey Game Ball Nominees Take Our Poll Take Our Poll Coaches and fans – if you have a player that is worthy of nominating contact email@example.com by Saturday evening. Thanks to everyone who made a nomination this week!
Watch Friday 2.1 JSZ Hockey Highlights
What a way to kick off in February! Jersey Sports Zone was in Flemington and Middletown for some Friday night hockey. We’ll have highlights from Jude Kurtas’ career game for Hillsborough, Anthony Galante’s game-winning goal against Middletown South and an offensive explosion from Freehold Boro. Stay tuned throughout the night for all our hockey coverage! Marlboro 5 Middletown South 4 Anthony Galante scored with :15 seconds left in the game and Dan Gerts made 48 saves in a thrilling Shore Conference battle. Middletown South rallied from a 4-2 deficit with back to back goals from Michael Hannigan to draw even at four. The Eagles outshot Marlboro 52-25 and nearly got the game winner until Gerts made a stellar glove save on Dimitri Forand with only 23 seconds remaining. Galante took the puck off the draw and streaked down the left wing to score his 21st of the season. JSZ has the highlights and post-game reaction from a great game! Thanks to Monmouth Building Center in Shrewsbury for sponsoring JSZ’s coverage of Middletown South Hillsborough 9 Bridgewater-Raritan 3 Hillsborough junior Jude Kurtas had a night to remember as he scored five goals and eight total points, both career bests, in a 9-3 rout against Bridgewater-Raritan. Kurtas has emerged this season as one of New Jersey’s best players and now has 86 points (43 G, 43 A) as Hillsborough prepares for the state playoffs. JSZ’s Jay Cook has all the highlights from Flemington: Sponsor Shoutout! Jersey Sports Zone is thankful for its great sponsors. If it wasn’t for Princeton Orthopaedic Associates (Hillsborough & Bridgewater-Raritan) and Total Rehab & Sports Medicine (Bridgewater-Raritan), we wouldn’t have been able to capture this career-night. Freehold Boro 9 Colonia 3 Sam Giove and Gabe Roman scored two goals apiece to pace the Colonials to a win at Middletown Ice World on their senior night. Freehold Boro raced out to a 3-0 lead, had a 4-2 advantage through one and added five more goals in the second period. JSZ has the highlights including a must see goal courtesy of Nick Ochlan: Playa Bowls at the Freehold Raceway Mall is the reason that we can bring you great moments from Freehold Boro High all year long!
Watch JSZ Girls Soccer State Finals Highlights from 11.18
Jersey Sports Zone brings you highlights from two girls soccer state championship games held Sunday at Kean University — Eastern vs. Bridgewater-Raritan and Northern Highlands vs. Moorestown. Eastern 1 Bridgewater-Raritan 0 | Group 4 Championship Kelli McGroarty’s header in the 76th minute was the lone goal in Eastern’s riveting win against Bridgewater-Raritan, the consensus No. 1 ranked girls soccer team in New Jersey. Kelli helped Eastern secure their first state title in the last 12 years, and did so alongside her father, Jamie, Eastern’s head coach. JSZ’s Jay Cook has highlights and an emotional post-match interview with the McGroarty’s: Northern Highlands 1 Moorestown 0 – Group 3 Girls State Championship Sophomore Reagan Klarmann’s goal off a corner kick in the 16th minute was the only goal of the game as Northern Highlands does not give up a single goal in the post-season on the way to its 7th state title in the last 10 years. JSZ has the highlights from the final state championship game of 2018 on the soccer pitch at Kean University: Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of Moorestown High is brought to you by NJM Insurance
Watch JSZ State Semifinal Soccer Highlights from 11.13
It’s state semifinal Tuesday in New Jersey high school soccer! JSZ brings you nine games from around the state! Northern Highlands 1 Middletown North 0 (OT) | Group 3 Girls State Semifinals With time winding down in overtime, Northern Highlands sophomore Reagan Klarmann kneed in the game-winning goal to push the Highlanders to yet another Group 3 title game. An incredibly even match throughout, both the Highlanders and Lions have chances to win. JSZ’s Jay Cook has the highlights from a thriller at Livingston High School: Holmdel 2 Delran 1 | Group 2 Boys State Semifinals In a rematch of last year’s semifinals No. 3 Holmdel and No. 7 Delran faced off with much more on the line than bragging rights Tuesday evening. The Hornets got ahead on a goal from Jack Russo, but Delran answered with a score of their own to leave us tied by the 20 minute mark. Late in the second half Anthony Arena would find net to send reigning Group 2 State Champions Holmdel back to the title game. JSZ’s Nery Rodriguez has the highlights: Ocean Township 3 Seneca 0 | Group 3 Boys State Semifinals Leo Montesinos blast a 29-yard direct kick with under four minutes to go in the first half and Andrew Yates and Luke Yates scored goals 2:12 apart in the second half to give the Spartans a spot in the Group 3 state finals this Saturday at Kean against Millburn. JSZ has the highlights from Toms River North: Millburn 2 Paramus 1 | Group 3 Boys State Semifinals Evan Berney’s goal in the 63rd minute proved to be the game-winner as the Millburn Millers advance to the Group 3 state title game this weekend at Kean University. Rory McLaughlin also tallied an equalizer earlier in the match from a free kick. JSZ’s Jay Cook has all the highlights from Livingston High School: Elizabeth 3 Morris Knolls 0 | Group 4 Boys State Semifinals The Morris Knolls Golden Eagles upset the Elizabeth Minutemen in the Group IV State Semifinal game at Franklin High School. Scalici & Furlong lead the way to victory. Our MMJ Courtney DuPont has all the highlights for you now: Washington Township 4 East Brunswick 0 | Group 4 Boys State Semifinal Chad Yates scores two goals to lead Washington Township (24-1) to the state championship on Saturday morning at Kean against Morris Knolls. SNJ Today’s Mike Frankel has the highlights from Rowan University: Bridgewater-Raritan 2 West Orange 0 | Group 4 Girls State Semifinals Bridgewater-Raritan eliminated West Orange in the North 1 Group 4 State Semifinals at Franklin High School. They are now heading off to the state final game at Kean University for the 6th time in school history. Courtney DuPont has the full highlights for you: Sponsor Alert!! Coverage of Bridgewater-Raritan is brought to you by Princeton Ortho & Total Rehab! Moorestown 2 Brick Township 0 | Group 3 Girls Semifinal Julia Dalmass scored an amazing 60-yard goal on a free kick and Cici Imhotep on the Quakers on the board in the 13th minute as Moorestown gets its fourth consecutive shutout. The Quakers will face Northern Highlands for the Group 3 state championship on Sunday at 5:30 pm at Kean University. JSZ has highlights and post-match reaction from Toms River: Thanks to NJM Insurance for allowing us to capture great moments from Moorestown High all year long! Gov. Livingston 1 Delsea 0 | Group 2 Girls State Semifinals Governor Livingston reached the Group 2 State Finals for the first time in over 30 years with a 1-0 win over Delsea. After a scoreless first half Freshman Allie Post with 10 minutes remaining gave the Highlanders the only lead of the game for either team with a late score. GL would then looked to it’s defense to close out the match. JSZ’s Nery Rodriguez has the highlights: Thank you to NJM Insurance for sponsoring our Delsea coverage!
Watch JSZ 11.3 Playoff Football Highlights
The first round of the playoffs come to a close with Saturday action around the state. JSZ brings you more post-season highlights including Edison’s first playoff win in 18 years, a revenge win for the Brick Memorial Mustangs plus emphatic shutouts from Seton Hall Prep and Montclair along with a dominating performance from Piscataway. Watch our Saturday Week 9 Preview and then scroll down to watch nine games of action from around New Jersey: Randolph 34 Colonia 27 – North 2 Group 4 First Round Anthony Sofia’s 12-yard TD run with 3:18 to go in the 4th quarter broke a 27-27 tie as the 2nd seeded Rams held off an upset bid from the Patriots. Colonia stormed back from a 27-13 halftime deficit to tie the game at 27 in the 4th quarter. Randolph caused a fumble on defense and then avoided a turnover with a fumble recovery on offense to set the stage for Sofia’s game winning run. JSZ has all the exciting moments from this Saturday night thirller: Seton Hall Prep 17 Paramus Catholic 0 – Non-Public Group 4 First Round For the first time in eight seasons Seton Hall Prep won a playoff game. With just a field goal after one quarter of football quarterback Aidan Gilman would link up with Matt Colantuono for a touchdown to lead 10-0 at halftime. Gilman would throw another touchdown in the fourth quarter to lead the Pirates to a 17-0 victory in the first round of the Non Public Group 4 playoffs. JSZ’s Nery Rodriguez has the highlights: Edison 14 South Brunswick 7 – Central Jersey Group 5 First Round Tyler Montford’s 37-yard touchdown with under three minutes to go in the 4th quarter proved to be the difference as Edison’s defense produced three interceptions and two goal-line stands to give the Eagles their first playoff win since 2000. Noah Stansbury had an 8-yard TD catch and his seventh interception of the season in the win. The 6th seed travels to #2 North Brunswick this Friday night in the semifinals. JSZ has the highlights and post-game reaction from the upset: Montclair 35 West Orange 0 – North 1 Group 5 First Round After falling to West Orange to open the 2018 season, Montclair was able to deal a bit of revenge Saturday as the Mounties dominated from sideline to sideline in a 35-0 shutout against the Mountaineers. Quarterback Charles Murphy accounted for 208 yards and three total touchdowns while the Montclair defense allowed only 75 yards of offense on the afternoon. JSZ’s Jay Cook has all the highlights from the win: Piscataway 42 Bridgewater-Raritan 0 – North 2 Group 5 First Round Juwon Jackson ran for 100 yards and two TD’s in just one half of action and the Chiefs cranked out 367 yards of offense in one half to cruise into the North 2 Group 5 semifinals and a home game against Ridge in the semifinals. JSZ has the highlights from a dominating performance from the #4 ranked team in the state: Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of Bridgewater-Raritan is made possible by Princeton Orthopaedic Associates and Total Rehab and Sports Medicine Brick Memorial 21 Freehold Boro 13 – Central Jersey Group 4 First Round Jeff Lavarin’s 64-yard TD run late in the third quarter proved to be the game winner as Brick Memorial rallied from a 13-0 first quarter deficit to avenge a regular-season loss to Freehold Boro and advance in Central Jersey Group 4. Mustangs QB Tyler Sindel ran for 157 yards and two TD’s in the win. Brick Memorial will take on top seed Long Branch this Friday in the CJ Group 4 semifinals. JSZ has the highlights from Freehold: Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of Freehold Boro is brought to you by Playa Bowls in the Freehold Raceway Mall Woodrow Wilson 41 Triton 6 – South Jersey Group 3 First Round It was another brilliant offensive game for the Woodrow Wilson offense as Nick Kargman passed two touchdowns and Louisville-commit Stanley King had 163 yards and one receiving touchdown to push the Tigers into the semifinals of the South Jersey Group 3 bracket. JSZ’s Mike Frankel has the highlights: Manasquan 40 Delaware Valley 21 – Central Jersey Group 2 First Round Canyon Birch ran for 186 yards and two touchdowns as the Warriors scored 40 straight points after falling behind 6-0 in the first quarter. The Warriors will host Cinnaminson in the Central Jersey Group 2 semifinals next Saturday. JSZ has the highlights from Manasquan’s offensive explosion: Penns Grove 40 Woodstown 6 – South Jersey Group 1 First Round Tyreke Brown, Penns Grove’s Swiss-army knife athlete, accounted for over 100 yards and a trio of scores on the day as Penns Grove won it’s 10th straight game. The Red Devils will meet with fellow undefeated Buena in the semifinals next week. JSZ’s Mike Frankel is on the call:
Vote for the final JSZ Game Balls of the 2018 Football Season!
Jersey Sports Zone honors the top performers from Week Eight in high school football with our Jersey Sports Zone Game Balls. We have ten nominees in four sections of the state. The polls are open now through Tuesday at 3:00 pm. We will stop by a midweek practice to present the winners with a JSZ Game Ball. This is the final week of voting for our Game Balls – we will have Top Play polls through the first two rounds of the playoffs. Thanks to everyone for voting and supporting Jersey Sports Zone! Nery’s Game Ball – WJFL Take Our Poll Jersey Sports Zone’s South Jersey Game Balls are made possible by NJM Insurance Group North Jersey Take Our Poll Courtney’s Game Ball – Mid-State 38 Take Our Poll Shore Conference Take Our Poll Missed our Weekend Highlights? Click HERE to watch JSZ’s Friday Week 8 Highlights Click HERE to watch JSZ’s Saturday Week 8 Highlights
Watch JSZ Soccer Highlights from 10.4
Jersey Sports Zone has soccer highlights from all across the state this Thursday including a record-setting night in Allentown, a senior night celebration, a Shore Conference golden goal and a double-digit save night. No. 4 Allentown 2 No. 3 Bridgewater-Raritan 1 One of the most anticipated matchups of the girls soccer regular season did not disappoint. Thursday’s battle between No. 3 Bridgewater-Raritan and No. 4 Allentown was physical, fast and not for the faint hearted to say the least. Allentown despite being the underdog pushed the tempo early to go ahead 1-0 at the break on a Kaylee Munster score. Bridgewater-Raritan would answer back to tie it at 1-1 in the opening ten minutes. Finally when it mattered most Red Birds Senior leader Emma Pascarella got a go ahead score midway through the second to not only win the game, but break the All-Time goals record. Allentown hands the Panthers their first loss of the year as they improve to 9-0JSZ’s Nery Rodriguez was there for all the action: Thank you to Princeton Orthopaedic Associates for sponsoring both our Allentown and Bridgewater-Raritan coverage. We look forward to bringing you more Red Bird and Panther athletics all year long! Additional coverage of Bridgewater-Raritan brought to you by Total Rehabilitation of Bridgewater. Freehold Township 3 Long Branch 1 – Boys Soccer Keeper Evan Nastarowicz had 11 saves in an impressive 3-1 showing against Long Branch. Goals came Jack Trainor and Crisitan Corcione, as well as an own goal. All the highlights from the Patriots’ win are here: Thanks to Rosario Realty for sponsoring JSZ’s coverage of the Long Branch Green Wave Manasquan 1 Monmouth Regional 0 (OT) – Boys Soccer Tommy Johnson scored the golden goal eight minutes into overtime getting redemption after a missed penalty kick in the second half to give the Warriors a 7th win and securing a spot in the Shore Conference Tournament. Joe Weinstein made a PK save as part of a five-save effort. JSZ has the highlights and post-match reaction from Tinton Falls: JSZ’s coverage of Monmouth Regional is made possible from Monmouth Building Center in Shrewsbury Somerville 4 Voorhees 0 | Pioneer Senior Night It was Somerville’s Senior night and their seniors came to play! Seniors Aya Farj and Katrina White start the night off, as the Pioneers go on to win a 4-0 shutout. Check out full highlights now:
Bridgewater-Raritan’s Miftar Hasanaj is Courtney’s Week 2 Game Ball Winner
Miktar Hasanaj is a sophomore outside linebacker who made his varsity debut against Ridge last week, and while his team did not win, Hasanaj’s defensive performance stood apart from the rest. With 2 sacks, 4 tackles and 2 tackles for a loss, head coach Scott Bray says he has high expectation for the young linebacker. Check out his game ball ceremony now: Total Votes: 8,022 Take Our Poll Sponsor Alert! Coverage of Bridgewater-Raritan HS athletics is brought to you by Princeton Ortho & Total Rehab and Sports Medicine. JSZ would like to say thank you to these great sponsors!
Watch JSZ 9.11 Soccer Highlights
Last week it was the heat, this week it’s the rain. Soccer teams from around the state weathered through rainy and windy conditions Tuesday as JSZ cameras caught the action. Check out the soccer highlights: Westfield 1 Cranford 0 (2 OT) Deven Caherly’s golden goal with 5:25 remaining in the second overtime period gives Westfield its first win of 2018. Brian Hinkel’s cross from the right wing arrived on the left foot of Evan Meade who one-timed a pass to Caherly who had a wide open net from a couple of feet out. Watch JSZ’s highlights and a post-game interview with the golden goal scorer: Sponsor Shout Out! A special thanks to Assemblyman Jon Bramnick for sponsoring JSZ’s coverage of the Westfield Blue Devils all year long. Gill St. Bernard’s 5 Ridge 0 Gill St. Bernard’s got their first win of the year on the road against the Ridge Red Devils. The return of the Knights’ deadly attack will be a concern for all competitors this season, but will the Knights have as much success as last year now that they play at the Group 4 level? Check out today’s highlights and judge for yourself: Pingry 4 Bridgewater-Raritan 1 The Pingry Big Blue prevailed with a 4-1 win over Bridgewater-Raritan in a rematch of the Somerset County Tournament finals from last year. Pranav Jha led the way with two second half goals to secure the win. Check out the highlights: Double Sponsor Shoutout! JSZ wants to thank Princeton Orthopaedic Associates, P.A. and Total Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine for their coverage of the Bridgewater-Raritan Panthers. They’re the reason we’ll be able to cover BR athletics all year long. Elizabeth 4 Summit 0 The Minutemen busted open a scoreless game at the half with four second-half goals to win its opening game. JSZ has the highlights:
Watch Friday 9.7 JSZ Football Highlights
Jersey Sports Zone takes you around the state on the first full Friday night of high school football in New Jersey. A special thanks to all of our sponsors who allow us to bring you this comprehensive action each and every weekend on the road to MetLife Stadium. To get you started, let the JSZ set the scene for our Friday Week One coverage, then scroll below to watch all of our highlights: Wayne Hills 14 Wayne Valley 9 After a tough trip to Utah and a 31-28 loss, Wayne Hills returned to the Garden State and was greeted with a crosstown rivalry game against Wayne Valley. Tough defense in the first half gave the Wayne Valley Indians a 3-0 lead, but an explosive Patriots offense put them back on top for a 14-9 win. JSZ’s Jay Cook was in Wayne for the rivalry game: Toms River North 15 Manalapan 14 A Shore Conference stunner as DaShawn Wilder returned a returned a kickoff 90 yards after Manalapan took the lead in the final minute and added a two-point conversion to seal a 15-14 upset. TRN, who was 1-9 last year, ended a 16 game Shore Conference win streak by the Braves. JSZ’s Bryan DeNovellis has the highlights and post-game reaction from Manalapan: CJA Construction is our new Toms River North sponsor and they were the reason we were able to get the highlights from this huge win for the Mariners! Thanks again to CJA Construction and we’ll have highlights from all TRN sports all year long Hillsborough 35 Bridgewater 24 | Sean Levonaitis 4 TDs During this week 1 matchup, the Panthers and the Raiders met at Bridgewater-Raritan for their annual showdown. Bridgewater has had the edge over the Hillsborough during more recent years, but that changed today! Sophomore running back, Sean Levonaitis, dominated the running game with four touchdowns to help lead his team to a 35-24 victory. The Raiders claim Levonaitis is the best-kept secret in New Jersey. Check out highlights of this thriller now: Sponsor Alert!! Coverage of Hillsborough is brought to you by Princeton Ortho. Thank you this great sponsor for allowing us to bring you exciting Raider highlights all season long! Coverage of Bridgewater is brought to you by Princeton Ortho & Total Rehab and Sports Medicine. JSZ would like to give a big thanks to these generous sponsors! Allentown 43 Notre Dame 21 Following an early exit in the first round of the playoffs last year, 2016 Central Group 4 Champs Allentown started the season off with a 43-21 win over Notre Dame. The Red Birds were led by their sophomore phenom quarterback Dan Merkel who set the pace of the game with a four touchdown performance. Watch the highlights: Sponsor Alert!! Thank you to Princeton Orthpaedic Associates for sponsoring both our Allentown and Notre Dame coverage on JSZ! Long Branch 41 Toms River East 6 Junior running back Jermaine Corbett had 21 carries for 220 yards and 4 touchdowns in one half of action as the Green Wave are off to a 2-0 start. Corbett already has 387 rushing yards on the young season. JSZ has the highlights of an impressive performance on the ground: Sponsor Shout Out! Thanks to Rosario Realty for allowing us to be able to capture all the great moments from the Long Branch Green Wave throughout the year in all sports! Red Bank Regional 21 Toms River South 6 Nigel Mitchell took the opening kickoff 81 yards and Makai Mickens scored on the first play from scrimmage on a 63-yard run as the Bucs took a quick 14-0 lead and opened the season with a big road win in Toms River. Sam Akinlolu scored TRS’s lone TD in the final minute of the first half, but RBR answered with a Kashaun Turner 79 yard score with just :31 seconds left in the second. Watch the highlights of all three long TD’s from the Bucs: Thanks to Ryser’s Landscape Supply for sponsoring our Red Bank Regional coverage. More great highlights from the Bucs throughout the year thanks to the support of Ryser’s! Red Bank Catholic 40 Ocean Township 7 MJ Wright had a 46-yard pick six to highlight a 40 point first half outburst by the Caseys in their home opener. JSZ has the highlights from Red Bank Catholic’s second win of 2018: Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of Red Bank Catholic is made possible by our friends at Playa Bowls in Red Bank Middletown South 37 Freehold Township 0 Trevor Brey had three first-half TD runs and added a 14 yard TD pass to Matt Tardy in the second half as the Eagles even their record at 1-1 with an impressive shutout at home over the Patriots. Watch JSZ’s highlights of the Eagles first win of 2018: A special thanks to Monmouth Building Center for sponsoring our Middletown South coverage. The Eagles are going to have many great moments captured by JSZ cameras thanks to the support of Monmouth Building Center in Shrewsbury. St. Augustine 30 Lenape 6 Although games across South Jersey were hampered with lightning and rain delays, St. Augustine brought their own thunder to the party in a dominant 30-6 win over Lenape. The Hermits had two long special teams touchdowns that powered the rout. SNJ Today’s Mike Frankel has the highlights: MORE HIGHLIGHTS WILL BE POSTED THROUGHOUT THE NIGHT!
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On a day when many games were postponed due to the excessive heat, JSZ brings you two games from Thursday high school soccer Bridgewater-Raritan 1 Phillipsburg 0 | Nathan Bliss 1 Goal, Steve Valastequi 7 Saves Bridgewater-Raritan was ranked the seventh best program in the state last season, and expected 2018 to be a rebuilding year. Fortunately for the Panthers, they have shutout their first two competitors. Phillipsburg’s defense kept them in it, but in the last 12 minutes of this game Nathan Bliss scored the only goal of the day. Check out highlights of this one now: Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of Bridgewater-Raritan is made possible by Total Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine and Princeton Orthopaedic Associates Sayreville 6 New Brunswick 0 – Girls Soccer Olivia Siviiero scored two goals in the span of 27 seconds and Jacqueline Ventricelli had a pair of goals in Sayreville’s 6-0 home win over New Brunswick. Lauren Attardi added three assists in the win and Stephanie Deocampo and Kristen Signorile also found the net for the Bombers. JSZ has highlights from Thursday night soccer in the Greater Middlesex Conference:
Watch Friday 8.31 JSZ Football Highlights
Once again, the JSZ team has cameras around the state bringing you highlights of Week 0 of New Jersey high school football. Click HERE To watch our Thursday Week 0 coverage featuring eight games Here’s a preview of all the games that are posted below to get you ready for a great Friday night of high school football from all around New Jersey: Don Bosco Prep 22 Byrnes (SC) 17 Don Bosco Prep came out hot Friday night and made a statement. The Ironmen capitalized on a 19-point fourth quarter rally to topple the Byrnes (SC) Rebels, who took down Don Bosco Prep last year. JSZ’s Jay Cook was on hand in Ramsey for this 48-minute battle: Red Bank Catholic 41 Saint John Vianney 14 Steve Lubischer had two TD runs and a TD pass to account for over 200 yards of offense as the Caseys ended the 38 game Shore Conference winning streak of SJV. Lubischer’s TD’s all came in the first half as the Caseys took a 20-0 lead into the halftime locker room. From there, coach Frank Edgerly’s team turned to its ground game as they produced three second-half TD runs by three different players. Kavon Chambers ran for 152 yards in a losing effort. Watch JSZ’s coverage of the big Shore Conference showdown in Holmdel: Our sponsors are the reason we can bring you great coverage of high school sports in New Jersey. Thanks to BCB Bayshore (SJV) and Playa Bowls (RBC) for their support of Jersey Sports Zone and backing their hometown teams! Elizabeth 35 Bridgewater-Raritan 28 | LeShane Taylor 2 Passing TD’s, 179 yds, 2 Rushing TD’s, 137 yds After falling the North 2 Group 5 State Final to Westfield for the third year in a row Bridgewater-Raritan was looking to kick off the season with a W, except Elizabeth had other plans. When these two last met the Panthers won in a 35-0 shut out. This time around it was Elizabeth getting the upper hand coming out on top 35-28 thanks to a fantastic 4 touchdown performance from LeShane Taylor. JSZ’s Nery Rodriguez has the call: Thank you to Princeton Orthopaedic Associates for sponsoring our Bridgewater-Raritan coverage on JSZ. We look forward to bringing you Panther athletics all year long! Thanks to Total Rehab & Sports Medicine for their support of Bridgewater-Raritan and allowing us to capture great moments throughout the 2018-19 season. Somerville 35 Delbarton 7 | Jalan Dabney 4 Passing TDs, 1 Rushing TD, 339 Yds The Somerville Pioneers took a trip to the North Super Conference to face Delbarton in their season opener. Jalan Dabney and the Pioneers outplayed the big north school is every way. Dabney had 339 total yards and took part in 5 touchdowns, while Kyree Hiton score off of what could be the play of the year. Check out the full highlights now: Phillipsburg 35 Warren Hills 7 | Jack Staggard 205 Passing Yds, 2 TDs Warren Hills and Phillipsburg may only be a 15 minute drive from one another, but the two football programs had not played since 2009. As expected though, P-Burg’s Smash Mouth Football style allowed them to plow through Warren Hills’ defensive line. Joe Green had two rushing touchdowns, while Jack Staggard showed off his passing abilities with 205 total passing yards. Check out highlights now: Thanks to the Garnet Booster Club for supporting Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of Phillipsburg State College (PA) 19 Saint Augustine Prep 7 Cohen Russell had two first-half touchdowns as State College came to South Jersey to score a win at Saint Augustine Prep. JSZ’s Mike Frankel has the highlights: Williamstown 24 Vineland 7 UMass commit JC Collins had two TD runs and a TD pass as Williamstown overcame an early 7-0 deficit to open the season with an impressive road win. SNJ Today’s Mike Frankel has highlights from South Jersey: Lacey 14 Ocean 12 The Lions score two third-quarter touchdowns and sophomore Chase Granit ran for 130 yards to help Lacey score a Week 0 road win. JSZ has highlights and post-game reaction:
2018 Bridgewater-Raritan Football Preview
Bridgewater-Raritan Skill Players Return & Junior QB Takes Over The Panthers have reached the Group 5 Sectional Final 3 years in a row, but fell short of the title each year to Westfield. This season Bridgewater is itching for redemption, but some major changes are being put into place. Junior quarterback, Alex Fromberg, is taking over for Greg Verano and Anthony Goffe returns with aspirations of rushing 2,000 yards. Check out the Bridgewater-Raritan football preview now: Panthers’ 2018 Schedule: Friday, August 31 – TBA @ Elizabeth Friday, September 7 – 7:00 HILLSBOROUGH Friday, September 14 – 7:00 RIDGE Friday, September 21 – 7:00 FRANKLIN Friday, September 28 – 7:00 @ Phillipsburg Friday, October 5 – 7:00 HUNTERDON CENTRAL Friday, October 12 – TBA @ Piscataway Friday, October 26 – 7:00 @ Union Sponsor Alert: Coverage of Bridgewater-Raritan is brought to you by Princeton Ortho & Urgent Injury Care. Thanks to these dedicated sponsors JSZ will bring you exciting Panther highlights all year long!
Most Notable Roster Gaps for North/Central Jersey in 2018
Somerville | Defending Group 3 Sectional Champions | 23-15 Playoff Record w/ 7 Titles Biggest Losses: Ryan Kovacs Ryan Hrabinski Marcus Burnside North Hunterdon | Defending Group 4 Sectional Champions | 4-6 Playoff Record w/ 1 Title Biggest Losses: Matt Busher Jared McMahon & Billy Russo Connor McMahon Phillipsburg | Group 4 Sectional Runner-up | 31-14 Playoff Record w/ 7 Titles Biggest Losses: Sean Morrow The Boothman Triplets Nick Josselyn & Zach Leong Westfield | Defending Group 5 Sectional Champions | 16-14 Playoff Record w/ 4 Titles Biggest Losses: Drew Ortiz Juandre House Joe SanGiacomo Jake Vall-Llobera Bridgewater-Raritan | Group 5 Sectional Runner-up | 7-9 Playoff Record w/ 0 Titles Biggest Losses: Dave Usewick Justin Bryant Lawrence Nice Brandon Myers Chike Nwankwo
JSZ Year in Review: Top games from HS football in 2017
Jersey Sports Zone brought its cameras to every part of the state to capture the tremendous talent on Friday nights and Saturday afternoons in the fall. Here’s a look back at the ten most viewed games on Jersey Sports Zone during the 2017 high school football season #10: Westfield 20 Bridgewater-Raritan 7 – North 2 Group 5 Finals at MetLife Stadium The Blue Devils got a 47 yard TD run from Tim Alliegro to start the scoring and their defense produced two key turnovers including a 32 yard scoop and score by Adam McDaniel set up by a caused fumble from Jordan Barham to get a 37th straight win and a third straight victory over Bridgewater-Raritan in a sectional final. Jake Vall-Llobera had the other Blue Devils touchdown, while Anthony Goffe’s 13 yard TD run with :40 seconds left in the half made it a 14-7 game. But the Westfield defense did not yield any points after that. JSZ has the highlights and post-game reaction from MetLife Stadium: #9: Paulsboro 34 Penns Grove 24 – South Jersey Group 1 Finals at Rowan Dehron Holloway had three TD’s and three INT’s in a sensational performance in the final high school game of his career. SNJ Today’s Mike Frankel has highlights from Rowan: #8: Hillside 20 Point Pleasant Boro 13 – Central Jersey Group 2 Finals at Rutgers Nahree Biggins had two first-half touchdowns and an interception to help the #7 seed to a third straight upset win and a Central Jersey Group 2 championship. The Comets defense produced three turnovers and was able to stifle Point Boro’s tricky option attack. The Panthers scored two touchdowns in the 4th quarter. James Fara’s 7-yard TD with 42 seconds left made it a 20-13 game, but Point Boro could not come up with the onside kick. JSZ has highlights and post-game reaction from Rutgers: #7: South Brunswick 18 Manalapan 14 – Central Jersey Group 5 Finals at Rutgers Felix Quinones led a 92 yard drive capped off by a 17 yard TD pass to Jaylan Lawson with 53 seconds left and the Braves had a game winning TD catch by Naim Mayfield waved off due to pass interference in a wild finish to the Central Jersey Group 5 championship. Manalapan raced out to a 14-0 lead on a Mayfield 34 yard TD run and 60 yard punt return. The Vikings got a pair of Quinones TD passes in the second quarter to close the gap to 14-12. JSZ has all the highlights and post-game reaction from a thrilling finish: #6 Shabazz 35 Weequahic 0 -North 2 Group 1 Finals at Kean University QB Anthony Travis accounted for all five touchdowns as Shabazz wins the North 2 Group 1 state championship at Kean University. JSZ’s Bryan DeNovellis has a full breakdown of an impressive title win for the Bulldogs from Kean University: #5 Bergen Catholic 29 Don Bosco Prep 26 – Week 8 The one and only regular season game on JSZ’s Top 10 list from the 2017 football season. One of the country’s greatest rivalries was shown to America on ESPN. Alex Lorenzo brings you the thrilling highlights from a signature win during Bergen Catholic’s state championship season: #4: Long Branch 43 Freehold Boro 42 (OT) -= Central Jersey Group 4 Finals Pasa Fields grabbed a 6 yard score from Juwan Wilkins in OT and Eli Sherin caught a two point conversion to give the Green Wave a 43-42 overtime win over Freehold Boro in the Central Jersey Group 4 finals. The Green Wave overcame a 271 yard, 6 TD rushing performance from Ashante Worthy to avenge a loss in the regular season. Trailing 35-21 after three quarters, Juwan Wilkins had a 12 yard TD pass to Kahmar Mimes and a 1 yard TD run in the 4th quarter to force overtime. Watch all the highlights of an incredible battle at Rutgers: #3: Montclair 35 Union City 14 – North 1 Group 5 Finals at MetLife Danny Webb ran back the opening kickoff 92 yards to spark a Mounties scoring outburst and Tarrin Earle completed his fantastic high school career with 2 TD passes and an 11-yard TD run to give Montclair its first sectional championship since 2014. Earle finished the game 16 of 24 for 303 yards. Colin Callahan had 6 catches for 120 yards and a score in the first half. Montclair finished the year with a perfect 12-0 record with one of New Jersey’s most explosive offenses and a stout defense led by junior Division I prospect Willie Matthews. JSZ has the highlights of Montclair’s 12th win of the year from MetLife Stadium: #2: DePaul 7 Saint Joe-Montvale 3 – Non-Public Group 3 State Championship at Kean One of the top defensive efforts of the entire season comes from the DePaul Catholic defense as they stand their ground in a thrilling 7-3 win over Saint Joe’s-Montvale. Alex Lorenzo was there for one of the biggest games of the season: #1: Bergen Catholic 44 Saint Peter’s Prep 7 – Non-Public Group 4 State Championship at MetLife Johnny Langan threw for 117 yards, ran for 91 and accounted for four touchdowns in a dominating performance. The Crusaders beat the Marauders 41-14 in the regular season and were able to stake a 31-0 halftime lead in the championship game. Javontae Jean-Baptiste set the tone on defense with three sacks. Langan led the offense with an 11 play, 70-yard drive to start capped off by the QB scoring from five yards out. A hook and lateral to Rahmir Johnson made it 14-0, followed by a field goal and Langan’s second TD run. Langan found tight end Tyler Devera in the back of the end zone with just 3 seconds left in the half to make it 31-0. Anthony Corbin had a 54-yard fake punt and Josh McKenzie added a fourth-quarter touchdown run to close out the scoring. The Crusaders finish the season with a 10-2 record, finishing unbeaten in New Jersey. Jersey Sports Zone has highlights and post-game reaction from MetLife Stadium: Ashante Worthy wins JSZ’s Zoneman Trophy Jersey Sports Zone closed out the football season with our first JSZ Football Banquet in Woodbridge. Freehold Boro quarterback Ashante Worthy won our Player of the Year honor, the Zoneman Trophy. Click HERE to see our full banquet coverage, including video highlights of our All-Zone team, Plays of the Year, and profiles of our Zoneman Trophy Finalists!
The 6th Annual Basilone Bowl a Complete Success!
Don’t know what the Basilone Bowl is? Check out the video below for details concerning how this all-star game started, and what it represents! Leathernecks 21 Devil Dogs 3 – Tyler Boatwright of Hillsborough named MVP Teams: LEATHERNECKS 1-Joshua Ejiogu, Bound Brook, OL/DL 2-Reese Clark, Montgomery, FS 3-Nigel Wilson, Bound Brook, TE 2-Steven Garcia, Manville, RB/OLB 4-Noah Quick, Hillsborough, SS 5-Charles Amankwaa, Hillsborough, DB/RB 6-Matt Moore, Hillsborough, QB 6-Marcus Burnside, Somerville, WR/DB 7-Jared Pershyn, Delaware Valley, OLB 9-Isaiah Black, Hillsborough, LB/S 9-Nick Firth, Manville, P/RB 10-Shane Demeter, Manville, FS 11-Justin Brown, Hillsborough, WR/S 11-Joey Beljan, Delaware Valley, OLB/TE 13-Joseph LePoidevin, Bound Brook, WR 16-Ryan Gogerty, Ridge, DB/WR 17-Kyle Kuminski, Montgomery. SS/WR 20-Dylan Whitenight, Manville, TE/LB 22-Tyler Boatwright, Hillsborough, RB 29-R.J. Milligan, Ridge, RB 43-Will Keller, Montgomery, CB 44-Christian Boyle, Montgomery, TE 45-JR Metallo, Hillsborough, LB/P/K 45-Matt Roglaki, Manville, TE/DE 50-Louis Hector, Bound Brook, OL/NG 52-Kevin Park, Ridge, OL 52-Hamza Akel, Somerville, DL 55-Alex Gonzales, Manville, OL/DT 55-Kyle Frauenheim, Bound Brook, DE/OL 59-Ryan Hrabinski, Somerville, LB 60-Tore Lomardino, Manville, OL 61-Matt Giordano, Ridge, OL 64-Mike DeSarno, Somerville, OL/LS 66-Hunter Norz, Manville, OL 67-Dempsey Shovlin, Montgomery, C 70-Michael Tyle, Manville, DL/OL 71-Ryan Cocuzzo, Montgomery, OL 75-Owen Booker, Somerville, OL 77-Chandler Turner, Montgomery, K 77-Jake Bentz, Manville, OL 78-Chris Breault, Ridge, OL 78-Ryan Wheaton, Hillsborough, DT/OL DEVIL DOGS 2-Clay Fields, Franklin, R/DB 2-Zahveae Thorne, Watchung Hills, RB/WR/CB 3-Brandon Wynn, North Plainfield, LB 4-Shahkyle Matthews, Immaculata, WR/DB 4-Jeff Poggi, Watchung Hills, TE/LB 4-Channing Russell, Pingry, WR 6-Brandon Myers, Franklin, DL 6-Ryan Loften, Immaculata, RB/K 7-Tykey Reinberry, Franklin, WR/DB 9-Chike Nwankwo, Bridgewater-Raritan, LB 10-Lofton Hoover, Bernards, QB.WR 12-Brian Puccio, Watchung Hills, K/P 14-Avery Rosenzweig, Bernards, WR 16-Mike Miller, Watchung Hills, DL 17-CJ Hall, Bridgewater-Raritan, DB/OLB 21-Obi Nnaeto, Pingry, RB 22-Frank McGuire, Immaculata, TE/LB/DE 24-Drew Booher, Bernards, DB 26-Rey Fowler, North Plainfield, DB 31-Clyde Leef, Pingry, LS 33-Lawrence Nice, Bridgewater-Raritan, DE 43-Declan McParland, Bernards, DL 44-Jammille Holmes, Franklin, LB 50-Clatyon Bush, Watchung Hills, OL/DL 51-A.J. Weaver, Pingry, C/DL 51-Nick Celli, Bridgewater-Raritan, DE/OL 52-Dan McNulty, Immaculata, OL/DL 52-Cross Zampetti, Watchung Hills, FB/DL 54-Dan Allergo, Franklin, OL 55-Tommie Dugan, Pingry, OL/DL 58-Matt Lynch, Immaculata, OL/LB 58-Jude Okolo, North Plainfield, DL 69-Trevor Sullivan, North Plainfield, OL/DL 70-Devin Moffitt, Wacthung Hills, OL/DL 75-Bamnjo Bannavti, North Plainfield, OL/DL 75-Pat Lane, Bernards, DL 78-Eric Laputka, Bridgewater-Raritan, DT 87-Stephen Dwyer, Immaculata, WR/TE Jonathn Taub, Watchung Hills, LB
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Westfield 10 Bridgewater-Raritan 4 – Natalie Bond and Olivia Shields Both Score Hat Tricks Westfield saw themselves as the underdog in this sectional title, and embraced every second of it. Stanford commit and Westfield captain, Natalie Bond, lead the charge scoring a hat trick herself and assisting in Olivia Shields’ hat trick as well. Check out highlights and a post-game interview with Bond now: Sponsor Alert!! Coverage of Westfield is brought to you by Jon Bramnick. Thanks to this sponsor JSZ will bring you great Blue Devil highlights all season long! Coverage of Bridgewater-Raritan is brought to you by Princeton Ortho and Urgent Care. Thanks to these two sponsors JSZ can bring you exciting Panther highlights all season long!
Vote now for Courtney’s Mid-State Game Ball
Each week JSZ will bring you ten nominations, both baseball & softball, for our weekly Mid-State Game Ball Award. These nominations are composed of athletes who had top, player of the week-worthy, performances across the Mid-State. Vote for your favorite athlete now, and this week’s winner will be awarded a JSZ Game Ball & Game Ball Ceremony. (Polls close Tuesday at 3PM) Baseball: Take Our Poll Softball: Take Our Poll Reminder! You can always nominate a deserving player for a Game Ball! Just email Courtney DuPont (firstname.lastname@example.org) with the following information: The player’s Name The player’s School The game/date played this week The player’s stats for that game
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Ridgewood 6 Bridgewater-Raritan 5 | North Group 4 Boys Lacrosse Quarterfinals No. 4 Bridgewater hosted the No. 5 Ridgewood in today’s North Group 4 Quarterfinal. A back and forth battle ultimately resulted in the Maroons pulling off a one goal victory. Jack Barclay and Will Mollihan both contributed two goals for Ridgewood, leading their team to the Group 4 Semifinals next week where they will face the No. 1 seed, Hunterdon Central. Check out highlights now: Rumson-Fair Haven 17 Lacey 11 – South Jersey Group 2 Quarterfinals The Bulldogs scored six straight goals to break an 8-8 tie in the third quarter to advance to the South Jersey Group 2 semifinals. Jack Whitelaw led eight different Bulldog scorers with 5 goals and an assist. RFH will host Wall on Wednesday with a spot in the sectional finals on the line. JSZ has highlights of RFH’s second-half outburst on a rainy Saturday afternoon: Jersey Sports Zone thanks ServPro of Eatontown-Long Branch for sponsoring our Rumson-Fair Haven High School coverage! CBA 16 Paul VI 4 – Non-Public “A” First Round Luke Valentino and Michael Carroll had hat tricks as the Colts scored 8 goals in the first on the way to a convincing win at Middletown South High School’s turf field. The Colts move on to the quarterfinals where they will face Saint Peter’s Prep at home. JSZ’s Jay Cook has the highlights: (1) Summit 16 (9) West Windsor- Plainsboro North 1 – North 2 Group 3 Quarterfinals Being a defending state champion isn’t easy, but Summit sure makes it seem that way. Following a recent Union County Tournament Final win the no. 1 seeded Hilltoppers continued their quest on returning to the North 2 Group 3 Championship with a 16-1 victory over ninth seed West Windsor- Plainsboro North. Summit’s patience and ability to move the ball made them unstoppable in the first half as they took an 11-1 lead at the break. Katia Carnevale who had five goals was the driving force that allowed the Hilltoppers to keep that pressing tempo all game. The number one seeded team and tournament favorite will head to the semifinals on 5/22 to face fifth seed Roxbury. Watch the highlights now: Sponsors! Thank you to Equinox Fitness Clubs for sponsoring all of our Summit coverage on JSZ! Thank you to Princeton Orthopaedic Associates for sponsoring our year- round coverage of West Windsor- Plainsboro North!
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Each week JSZ will bring you ten nominations, both baseball & softball, for our weekly Mid-State Game Ball Award. These nominations are composed of athletes who had top, player of the week-worthy, performances across the Mid-State. Vote for your favorite athlete now, and this week’s winner will be awarded a JSZ Game Ball & Game Ball Ceremony. (Polls close Tuesday at 3PM) Baseball Poll: Take Our Poll Softball Poll: Take Our Poll Reminder! You can always nominate a deserving player for a Game Ball! Just email Courtney DuPont (email@example.com) with the following information: The player’s Name The player’s School The game/date played this week The player’s stats for that game
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Bridgewater-Raritan 12 Ridge 11 – Tai Jankowski Scores OT Game Winner Ridge came out to a quick 3-0 lead in the first half, but Tai Jankowski and the Panthers battled all the way through the second half, only to be forced into overtime. Luckily for BR, Jankowksi remained calm during OT, while double teamed, and scored the game winning goal. Full highlights now available: Sponsor Alert! Coverage of Bridgewater is brought to you by Princeton Ortho and Urgent Injury Care. Thanks to these sponsors JSZ brings you the best Panther highlights all season long!
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Watchung Hills 9 Bridgewater-Raritan 8 | McCabe 9 Strikeouts The 6th inning of this one was key for the Warriors. In the top of 6, the Panthers scored six runs for a 7-2 lead, but Watchung came back in the bottom of the inning and answered with seven. Robin McCabe then shutdown the BR offense in the seventh with her ninth strikeout of the game, giving Watchung the win. Check out highlights of this game now: Sponsor Alert! Coverage of Bridgewater is brought to you by Princeton Ortho and Urgent Injury Care. Thanks to these two generous sponsors JSZ will bring you the best of Panther athletics all season long!
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Each week JSZ will bring you ten nominations, both baseball & softball, for our weekly Mid-State Game Ball Award. These nominations are composed of athletes who had top, player of the week-worthy, performances across the Mid-State. Vote for your favorite athlete now, and this week’s winner will be awarded a JSZ Game Ball & Game Ball Ceremony. (Polls close Tuesday at 3PM) Baseball Poll Take Our Poll Softball Poll Take Our Poll Reminder! You can always nominate a deserving player for a Game Ball! Just email Courtney DuPont (firstname.lastname@example.org) with the following information: The player’s Name The player’s School The game/date played this week The player’s stats for that game
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Red Bank Catholic 8 Red Bank Regional 7 – Girls Kristen Pezzullo’s goal with 2:22 remaining proved to be the game-winner as the Caseys complete a season sweep of their rival. Red Bank Regional had a 4-3 lead at the half and took a 6-5 lead in the second half before RBC strung together three straight goals capped off by Pezzullo’s second tally of the game. Mackenzie Boyle led the RBC attack with three goals. JSZ has the highlights and post-game reaction from an outstanding Shore Conference matchup: A special thanks to Playa Bowls of Red Bank for supporting our RBC coverage on JSZ and Red Bank Regional highlights are made possible by Ryser’s Landscape Supply Bridgewater-Raritan 16 Hillsborough 4 – Boys – Dan MacKinney 5 goals Hillsborough was the first on the board, but Bridgewater was determined to get their third win of the year after a disappointing start to the season. Dan MacKinney was a dominant offensive force, scoring a hat trick early, and ending the game with a total of five goals. Check out full highlights now: Sponsor Alert! Coverage of Bridgewater-Raritan is brought to you by Urgent Care and Princeton Ortho. Thanks to these sponsors JSZ will bring you the best of Panther athletics all year long! Coverage of Hillsborough is brought to you by Princeton Orthopaedic Associaties. Thanks to Princeton Ortho, JSZ will bring you the best Raider highlights all season long!
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Each week JSZ will bring you ten nominations, both baseball & softball, for our weekly Mid-State Game Ball Award. These nominations are composed of athletes who had top, player of the week-worthy, performances across the Mid-State. Vote for your favorite athlete now, and this week’s winner will be awarded a JSZ Game Ball & Game Ball Ceremony. (Polls close Tuesday at 3PM) Softball Poll Take Our Poll Baseball Poll Take Our Poll Reminder! You can always nominate a deserving player for a Game Ball! Just email Courtney DuPont (email@example.com) with the following information: The player’s Name The player’s School The game/date played this week The player’s stats for that game
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Delbarton – 16 Seton Hall Prep – 9 | No. 1 vs No. 2 in New Jersey Despite being the two-time defending TOC Champions, and the No. 1 ranked program in New Jersey, The Delbarton School continues to find ways to impress Lacrosse fans across the state. Seton Hall Prep entered Saturday’s match vs The Green Wave undefeated and ranked No. 2 in NJ, but it was business as usual for Delbarton. The Green Wave improved to 5-0 with a dominant 16-9 win, while handing the Pirates their first loss of the season. Senior attackman Tommy MacCowatt scored 4 goals and added 2 assists for Delbarton, while Griffin Westlin scored a hat trick for Seton Hall Prep. Watch the highlights of No. 1 vs No. 2 in NJ on JSZ! Lenape 6 Bridgewater-Raritan 5 Lenape said they had been preparing for this game against Bridgewater since the beginning of the season, and their performance did not disappoint. Lenape remains undefeated with an 8-0 record after an exciting 6-5 win over the Panthers. Highlights now available: Sponsor Alert!! Coverage of Bridgewater is brought to you by Princeton Ortho & Urgent Injury Care. Thanks to these sponsors JSZ will bring you the best of Panther athletics all season long! Pingry 14 Somerville 6 – Kalman Kraham Pingry worked their way to a 3-3 record after this dominating win over Somerville. The first half proved their ability to score; behind Kalman Kraham, who had four goals in the first half, Big Blue led the Pioneers 10-1. Check out full highlights now: Warren Hills 16 High Point 1 – McShea & Piccione Warren Hills improves to .500 with a win over the Wildcats. The first half of this game was dominated by the Blue Streak’s offense when Matt McShea and Kaden Piccione both scored hat tricks. Check out highlights of this game now:
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Each week JSZ will bring you ten nominations, both baseball and softball, for our weekly Mid-State Game Ball award. These nominations are composed of the athletes who had top, player of the week-worthy, performances across the Mid-State. Vote for your favorite athlete, and this week’s winner will be awarded a JSZ Game Ball & Game Ball Ceremony. (Polls close Tuesday at 3PM) Softball Game Ball Nominations: Take Our Poll Baseball Game Ball Nominations: Take Our Poll Reminder! You can always nominate a deserving player for a Game Ball! Just email Courtney DuPont (firstname.lastname@example.org) with the following information: The player’s Name The player’s School The game/date played this week The player’s stats for that game
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Delbarton 11 Westfield 9 Matt Campbell broke a 9-9 tie and the Green Wave added an insurance goal late in the 4th quarter to win in a NJ high school lacrosse opener featuring two of the top 3 ranked teams in New Jersey. Thomas Maccowatt scored four goals and three assists for Delbarton, who are the defending Tournament of Champions winner. Westfield rallied from an 8-4 deficit with a pair of goals to close out the the first half followed by three straight goals to tie the game at nine at the end of three quarters. Devon McClane had 4 goals and 3 assists in a losing effort. Watch the highlights and post-game reaction from an exciting game in Westfield: Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of NJ high school sports is made possible by our sponsors. Assemblyman Jon Bramnick is the reason we can bring you great coverage of Westfield HIgh all season long Chatham – 15 Rumson Fair-Haven – 3 Chatham senior Mac Bredahl scored four goals, including the 100th of his career while also surpassing his 200th point as a member of the cougars the lacross team. Connor Byrd added a hat trick as Chatham, a preseason group 2 favorite dismantled Rumson Fair Haven with a 15-3 win on opening day at Rutgers University. Watch Highlights below! Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of Rumson-Fair Haven is brought to you by ServPro of Eatontown/Long Branch Hunterdon Central 11 Bridgewater-Raritan 6 In Hunterdon Central’s season opener they were faced with a true test, the Bridgewater-Raritan Panthers. Central had not defeated BR in 5 years. In fact, the Panthers were ranked 10th in the state this season, 8 spots ahead of the Red Devils, but that wouldn’t discourage Central today. The Devils followed the lead of Brian Mitrow and Justin Aimone, who both had multiple goals, as Central took down Bridgewater 11-6. Check out full highlights now: Sponsor Alert!! Coverage of the Bridgewater-Raritan Panthers is brought to you by Princeton Orthopaedic Associates and Urgent Injury Care. Thanks to our generous sponsors JSZ will be bringing you the best Panther highlights all season long! Summit 14 Old Bridge 1 -Boys Summit, No. 9 in the NJ Top 20 started out the season hot with a 14-1 victory over Old Bridge. The Hilltoppers got ahead early thanks to Seniors Nick Thomson and Harry Kilkowski. Thomson finished the first two quarters with three goals while Kilkowski followed with four on the day. Summit who finished 16-5 last season is looking to make another championship run after falling to Moorestown in the Group 3 State Title game last year. Watch the highlights now: Sponsor! Thanks to Equinox Fitness Clubs for sponsoring our Summit coverage!
Mabrey, Reid grab top honors at JSZ Basketball Banquet
Lights, Camera, Action! Before the big night begins we caught up with our Player of the Year finalists, the best dressed and get answers to burning questions from the best in the garden state. Check out post-banquet interviews with some of our All-State Stars and coaches, as well as, highlights from the first ever JSZ All-State Basketball Banquet: Dara Mabrey wins JSZ 2018 Miss Hoop Zone Manasquan’s Dara Mabrey led her team to a triple title: Shore Conference, state and Tournament of Champions winner. JSZ’s Alex Lorenzo chronicles an amazing senior season: Name High School 1st 2nd 3rd Total Dara MabreyManasquan276294 Diamond MillerFranklin212838 Faith MasoniusManasquan27626 Tori HydukeRumson-Fair Haven18726 Leilani CorreaRutgers Prep41418 Michelle SidorSaddle River Day22313 Mikayla MarkhamSaint Rose1127 Lucy ThomasSaint Rose0146 Kylee WatsonMainland1014 Danielle RobinsonUniversity0011 A special thanks to the coaches and statewide media who vote for Miss Hoop Zone Coaches: Piscataway, Red Bank Regional, Mendham, Waldwick, Holmdel, Cherokee, Pascack Valley, Gloucester Catholic, Point Pleasant Beach, Southern Regional, Saint John Vianney, Barnegat, Ocean Township, Mater Dei Prep, RBC, Middletown South, Delaware Valley, Somerville, Hunterdon Central, Bernards, Patrick School, Bishop Ahr, Passaic, Allentown, Hopewell Valley, Trenton Catholic, Franklin, Steinert, Rumson-Fair Haven, Middletown South Media: Sherlon Christie, Asbury Park Press, B. Gould, NJ.com, Jason Bernstein, NJ.com, GThing Basketball, Rich Chrampanis, JSZ, Alex Lorenzo, JSZ, Jay Cook, JSZ, Gregg Lerner, Shore Sports Network Meet JSZ’s Miss Hoop Zone Finalists! Three outstanding players with bright futures ahead of them Naz Reid wins JSZ 2018 Mister Hoop Zone Roselle Catholic’s Naz Reid has claimed JSZ’s Player of the Year honor. The future LSU Tiger led the Lions to the Tournament of Champions title with spectacular play in March. Learn more about a future star in college basketball and beyond: Name High School 1st 2nd 3rd Total Naz ReidRoselle Catholic149565 Jahvon QuinerlyHudson Catholic7141059 Jalen CareyMontclair Immaculate45931 Ron Harper, Jr.Bergen Catholic61323 Bryan AntoineRanney60321 Scottie LewisRanney24519 Tavon JonesLinden24115 Paul MulcahyGill St. Bernards1218 Ray Bethea, Jr.Atlantic City1003 Dean Noll Shawnee0113 Thanks to the coaches and media who voted for our Mister Hoop Zone in 2018 Coaches: Union, Manasquan, Barnegat, Bergen Catholic, Delsea, Newark East Side, Watchung Hills, Roselle Catholic, Bishop Ahr, Matawan, Middletown North, Rumson-Fair Haven, Somerville, Don Bosco Prep, Bloomfield, Verona, Ranney, Hun School, West Milford, Central Regional, Montclair, Linden, River Dell, Notre Dame, Camden Catholic, Hopewell Valley, Saint Peter’s Prep, Media: Adam Zagoria, Sherlong Christie – Asbury Park Press, Jay Gomes, R. Greco, Coast to Coast, Dave’s Joint, Nj.Com, Rich Chrampanis JSZ, Alex Lorenzo JSZ, Jay Cook JSZ Meet the other finalists for JSZ’s Mr. Hoop Zone – two players destined to do great things next year in college hoops! Meet the 2018 JSZ All-Zone Girls Basketball Team! NameSchoolName SchoolNameSchool Alexis AdamsSouth BrunswickBridgett AndreeTrinity HallDara MabreyManasquan - 2018 JSZ Miss Hoop Zone Destiny AdamsManchester Twp.Brelynn BellamySt. John VianneyDiamond MillerFranklin - 2018 Miss HZ Finalist Julia CunninghamWatchung HillsSajada BonnerSt. John VianneyTori HydukeRumson-Fair Haven - 2018 JSZ Miss HZ Finalist Alexandra GeorgeOld TappanMadison DoringSt. John VianneyFaith MasoniusManasquan - 2018 Miss HZ Finalist Camille GrayFranklinSarah KarpellSt. John Vianney Mya GrimesEwingMikayla MarkhamSaint Rose Nicole JohnsonEast BrunswickLovin MarsicanoSaint Rose Lindsey MackSecaucusLucy ThomasSaint Rose LaNiya MillerPiscatawayRose CaverlyRed Bank Catholic Lola MullaneyManasquanHayley MooreRed Bank Catholic Teresa OrtizUniversityKatie RiceRed Bank Catholic Danielle RobinsonUniversityLeilani CorreaRutgers Prep Kylee WatsonMainlandJahsyni KnightRutgers Prep Ryan WeiseAllentownMegan HornPingry Teresa WolakBridgewater-RaritanKaley RansomPingry Imani LewisLife Center Academy Jada Queen Trenton Catholic Kaela ReedTrenton Catholic Michelle SidorSaddle River Day Jaida PatrickSaddle River Day Sydney WatkinsSaddle River Day Meet the 2018 JSZ All-Zone Boys Basketball Team NameSchoolName SchoolName School Ray Bethea, Jr.Atlantic CityPrecious AchiuwaSt. Benedict's PrepLester QuinonesSt. Benedict's Prep Mike DePersiaHaddonfieldSavior AkuwovoRanneyAhmadu SarnorRanney Dylan DeveneyShawneeBryan AntoineRanneyBrendan ThieleSt. Peter's Prep Aaron EstradaWoodburyAl-Amir DawesPatrick SchoolAndre ToureSt. Benedict's Prep Kyion FlandersWildwoodCartier BowmanNotre DameKahlil WhitneyRoselle Catholic Danny FrauenheimPoint Pleasant BeachAaron ClarkePope JohnJustin WinstonMontclair-Immaculate Steve GeisWallMarc DadikaSt. Mary's-Rutherford Corey GreerCamdenMarcellus EarlingtonDon Bosco PrepNaz ReidRoselle Catholic - 2018 JSZ Mr. Hoop Zone Rob HigginsMiddletown NorthCaleb FieldsWildwood CatholicJahvon QuinerlyHudson Catholic - 2018 JSZ Mr. HZ Finalist Jahid JenkinsNewark East SideZach FreemantleBergen CatholicJalen CareyMontclair-Immaculate - 2018 JSZ Mr. HZ Finalist Darell JohnsonNottinghamAlanzo FrinkRoselle Catholic Tavon JonesLindenRon Harper, Jr. Bergen Catholic Cliff JosephNottinghamAlex ImegwuSeton Hall Prep Jared KimbroughNeptuneKenny JonesMater Dei Prep Chris MannPhillipsburgLouis KingHudson Catholic Dean NollShawneeScottie LewisRanney Ian O'ConnorRumson-Fair HavenValdir ManuelPatrick School BJ Saliba, Jr.HackensackAshton MillerSeton Hall Prep Atiba TaylorHackensackPaul MulcahyGill St. Bernards Myles ThompsonCamdenLuther MuhammadHudson Catholic 2018 JSZ Hoops Plays of the Year – thanks to everyone who voted!! 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JSZ will be posting highlights from around the state throughout the night – check back in for great hoops highlights! Roselle Catholic – 92 Montclair Immaculate – 63 | Non-Public B North Semi-Finals Montclair Immaculate’s amazing run through the Non-Public B North playoffs came to a halt on Saturday thanks to New Jersey’s No. 1 ranked team. Roselle Catholic used a high flying aerial attack and hellacious defense to shut down Montclair Immaculate, and advance to the sectional championship on Wednesday at Rutgers University where they’ll take on Gill St. Bernard’s. Khalil Whitney poured in 29 points and grabbed 7 rebounds, while Joshua Pierre-Louis added 18. Syracuse bound Jalen Carey scored 20 in the loss for Immaculate. Ranney 77 Mater Dei 60 – Non-Public “B” South Boys Semifinal Bryan Antoine scored 31 points to lead Ranney to a fourth consecutive win over their Shore Conference rival. Ranney will face Trenton Catholic on Tuesday at Jackson Liberty. JSZ’s Jay Cook has the highlights from Tinton Falls: JSZ’s coverage of Mater Dei Prep is made possible by Gold Coast Cadillac Rumson-Fair Haven 59 Bordentown 49 – Central Jersey Group 2 Boys Semifinal Phillip Wheeler broke a 44-44 tie with a thunderous putback slam to spark a 10-0 run in the final three minutes of the 4th quarter to lead RFH back to the Central Jersey Group 2 finals. Ian O’Connor had 23 points and 10 rebounds to lead the RFH scoring and Elijah McAllister had 4 points, 15 rebounds, 6 assists and 7 blocked shots. Bordentown trailed 29-18 in the second quarter before scoring 15 straight points into the third quarter to take a 34-29 lead. Rumson-Fair Haven rallied behind Wheeler (10 points and 8 rebounds) and key three-pointers by Teddy Sourlis (12 points). RFH will host Carteret on Monday in the Central Jersey Group 2 finals. Watch the highlights from a thriller in Rumson: Jersey Sports Zone gets all the great moments from RFH sports thanks to the support of ServPro of Eatontown/Long Branch Trenton 70 Hightstown 56 – Central Group 4 Boys Semifinal It was the third meeting between seventh seed Trenton and fifth seed Hightstown this season. With both teams splitting the match up this season the rubber match would not only give bragging rights but the winner would head to the Central Group 4 Final. Despite being an underdog Trenton came out of the gate fired up as the Tornadoes took a 18-7 lead at the end of the first quarter. Captain Ji’Ayir Brown was the spark plug and helped put his team up 38-20 at halftime. Brown would have 18 points, 12 rebounds, 7 steals and 2 assists in the 70-56 victory to send Trenton to the Central Group 4 Championship on 3/5 to face top seed Colts Neck. Watch the highlights now: Sponsor! Thank you to Princeton Orthopaedic Associates for sponsoring our Trenton and Hightstown coverage on JSZ! Lower Cape May 59 Barnegat 44 – South Jersey Group 2 Boys Semifinals Khamar Matthews scored on a putback to beat the buzzer to force overtime and Lower Cape May outscored the Bengals 15-0 in OT to advance to the South Jersey Group 2 finals and a matchup with Haddonfield. Martin Angelov and Pat Holden scored 24 each for the Tigers. Carson Francisco led Barnegat with 14. The Bengals season comes to an end with an outstanding 22-7 record. Watch the highlights from South Jersey – thanks to the Cape May Herald for the highlights! JSZ’s coverage of Barnegat Basketball was made possible this season thanks to the support of BSR Physical Therapy Franklin 65 Bridgewater-Raritan 32 – North 2 Group 4 Girls Semifinal No. 1 seed Bridgewater-Raritan Panthers was knocked out of the North 2 Group 4 girls basketball state semifinal by the No. 6 seed Franklin. Diamond Miller dominated offensively once again scoring 21 points! Check out full highlights now: Sponsor Alert! Coverage of Bridgewater-Rartian is brought to you by Princeton Ortho and Urgent Care. Thanks to our generous sponsors JSZ will bring you the best of Panther athletics all season long!! Thanks to BCB Bayshore for sponsoring our Keyport coverage on JSZ. You can look forward to more Red Raider moments all year round! Somerville 55 West Morris Central 39 – North 2 Group 3 Girls Semifinal Somerville took an early lead in the first, but in the 2nd West Morris Central scores 8 unanswered points to tie the game up. Unfortunately for the Wolfpack, in the second half Somerville’s Christina Cernuto turned it up a notch. Cernuto lead the scoring with 23 points and lead her team to this 55-39 victory. Full highlights now available: Bound Brook 69 Keyport 31 – Girls Central Jersey Group 1 Semifinals Looking to repeat as Central Group 1 champions, top seed Bound Brook got off to a hot start in the semifinal round against fourth seed Keyport to take a 17-4 lead at the end of the first. The Crusaders had an unstoppable attack from three to extend that lead to 36-10 going into halftime. Cortlyn Morris who tore her ACL in last year’s title game was able to help lead her team back to the Championship game with a 12 point game in the 69-31 win over the Red Raiders. Bound Brook will face second seed Middlesex on 3/5. Watch the highlights now: Sponsor!
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St. John Vianney – 39 St. Rose 37 | Shore Conference Semi-Finals No. 1 St. John Vianney needed every bit of 32 minutes of game time to get it done, but The Lady Lancers are heading back to The SCT Championship Game. SJV trailed St. Rose 37-36 after a rebound and putback by Lauren Lithgow with just 10 seconds remaining, but Rahmena Henderson raced the ball up up the floor and dished to Brelynn Bellamy for the game winning three point shot. For Vianney, it’s their 3rd straight trip to The SCT Final, and they are looking to win their 14th title in school history. Watch highlights from SJV vs St. Rose, including the fantastic finish and post game interviews below! Thank you to Paver Restoration for sponsoring our Saint John Vianney coverage on JSZ! Special thanks to BCB Bayshore for sponsoring our SJV coverage on Jersey Sports Zone Manasquan – 55 Red Bank Catholic – 37 | SCT Semi-Final Senior point guard Dara Mabrey came into Tuesday night’s semi-final game against RBC with an injured left hand, but it did not slow down the future Virginia Tech Hokie. Mabrey scored a game high 18 points, leading Manasquan to a convincing 55-37 win over rival Red Bank Catholic. Lola Mullaney added 16 points, while Faith Masonius recorded 13 points & 10 rebounds for a double – double. Manasquan advances to face No. 1 St. John Vianney in The SCT Championship Game. Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of Red Bank Catholic is made possible by Playa Bowls of Red Bank. Watchung Hills 61 Bridgewater 51 – Boys Somerset County Tournament No. 5 Watchung Hills vs No. 6 Bridgewater-Raritan duke it out in the semifinals of the Somerset County Tournament. Justin Bryant with another impressive performance under the boards for the Panthers could not out-score Steven Bressler of Watchung tonight who hit 5 three-pointers and a total of 21. Check out full highlights now: Sponsor Alert! Coverage of Bridgewater is brought to you by Princeton Ortho and Urgent Injury Care. Thanks to these two terrific sponsors JSZ will bring you the best of Panther athletics all season long! Watchung Hills 43 Bound Brook 40 – Girls Somerset County Tournament The Bound Brook Crusaders came into this game with a 20-1 record, but were still not picked as the game’s favorite. Looking to prove the doubters wrong, the Crusaders came out swinging in the second, after a slow first quarter by both teams. Unfortunately for Bound Brook though, its was Julia Cunningham of Watchung Hills who once again dominated the floor. Check out full highlights of this exciting matchup now: Trenton Catholic 51 Notre Dame 46 – Girls – Mercer County Semifinals Trenton Catholic got one step closer to earning the Mercer County Tournament tile Tuesday night as the defeated fourth seed Notre Dame 51-46 to head to the championship. Jada Queen recorded a triple double in the Iron Mikes victory. Watch the highlights now: Sponsor! Thanks to Princeton Orthopaedic Associates for sponsoring our Trenton Catholic and Notre Dame coverage! Nottingham 69 Ewing 63 – Boys – Mercer County Semifinals Nottingham has been the best in the Colonial Valley Conference this season. As if having two 1,000 point scorers in Cliff Joseph and Darrell Johnson weren’t enough they also have PG Richie Jones who eclipsed the school single season three point record and total career three point record Tuesday night. The top seeded Northstars were held to a tight game by fifth seed Ewing in the first half but broke out of the their shell in the second act to come away with a 69-63 win to send them to the tournament championship on 2/22 against second seed Trenton Catholic. Watch the highlights now: Sponsor! Thanks to Princeton Orthopaedic Associates for sponsoring our Nottingham and Ewing coverage!
Don’t forget to vote for this week’s Mid-State Game Balls
Each week JSZ brings you the best highlights from the Mid-State, but when the week ends we are not through! At the end of the every week we like to honor the best athletes for their outstanding performances by nominating them for a JSZ Game Ball. Below there are two polls, each poll includes this week’s top male and female Mid-State basketball players. Vote now and maybe your pick will receive a JSZ game ball! Mid-State Girl Poll: Take Our Poll Mid-State Boy Poll: Take Our Poll Previous Game Ball Winners: Dan Banz – Bridgewater-Raritan Eric Schroeter – Voorhees Jenna Whelan – Bernards You can always nominate an athlete for a JSZ Game Ball. All you have to do is email Courtney DuPont at email@example.com with the follow information: Name of athlete Name of School Stats for a single game Name of Opponent Thanks and keep voting!!
Dan Banz of Bridgewater-Raritan won last week’s Game Ball!
Dan Banz won last week’s Mid-State Game Ball after scoring 15 points and 6 FGs in Bridgewater’s game against Timothy Christian. Check out Dan’s Game Ball Ceremony now: Take Our Poll Previous Game Ball Ceremonies: Dani Pescatore – Hillsborough Jake Bentz – Manville
Watch Hoops Highlights from February 8th on JSZ!
Seton Hall Prep – 66 Rutgers Prep – 57 in OT Seton hall prep faced a 16 point 2nd half deficit at home against Rutgers Prep, and the Pirates were able to climb all the way back for a 66-57 overtime win over the Argonauts. Sophomore Jabri Abdur-Rahim scored 13 of his 19 points in the 4th Quarter and Overtime, including a three pointer to tie the game at 49 as time expired in regulation. Alex Imegwu scored a game high 22 points and grabbed 10 rebounds for the Pirates, and freshman Trey Patterson recorded 14 points for Rutgers Prep in the loss. Watch the exciting highlights from West Orange below! Middletown North 84 Wall 83 In a high stakes game, Middletown North held off a sensational 38 point performance by Steve Geis to qualify for the Shore Conference Tournament. The high paced scoring affair saw Middletown North score 30 points in the first quarter behind six three-pointers. Rob Higgins scored 23 and Dave Campbell added 20 to lead the Lions who eliminated Wall from an SCT bid. Watch the highlights from a thrill ride in Middletown! Voorhees 71 Randolph 66 An exciting game between the Randolph Rams and the Voorhees Vikings. The out of conference matchup started with the Vikings taking the early lead, but in the second and third quarter, the Rams fought back to give the Vikings a run for their money. In the end of was the duo of Eric Schroeder and Kyle Kokoskie who dominated the offense and took the “W” for Voorhees. Kokoskie scored 17 points and snagged eight rebounds, while Schroeder brought home 23 big ones. Check out full highlights now: Immaculata 64 Bridgewater-Rartian 53 The Spartans took an early lead, and never let go. Stephen Dwyer drove the hoop a number of times to collect 11 points for his team tonight, while TJ Schneider had an unbelievable game with 33 points and 5 three-pointers. Needless to say, Immaculate won the cross-town rivalry 64-53 check out full highlights now: Sponsor Alert! Coverage of Bridgewater-Raritan is brought to you by Princeton Ortho and Urgent Injury Care. Thanks to these two generous sponsors JSZ will bring you the best of Panther Athletics all year long! Barnegat 45 Jackson Liberty 31 Sean Morris paced the Bengals with 20 points as Barnegat closes out the regular season on an eight-game win streak and improves to 16-5. JSZ brings you the highlights of the Bengals regular season finale: JSZ’s coverage of Barnegat Basketball is possible thanks to BSR Physical Therapy
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Don Bosco Prep – 61 Bergen Catholic – 59 A buzzer beating three-pointer by Bergen Catholic’s Matt Zona decided the first matchup between these two rivals earlier this season, and the 2nd meeting would go down to the wire once again. This time, Don Bosco Prep was able to avenge that loss and come away with a 61-59 win at home. Ron Harper Jr. battled the flu and scored 14 of his 16 points in a sensational 2nd half performance for the Ironmen. Marcellus Earlington added 15 in the win. Watch Highlights of Bosco – Bergen below! Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of Bergen Catholic is brought to you by Equinox Fitness Clubs. Equinox is the reason we can bring you great Crusaders highlights and features all year long No. 1 Roselle Catholic 70 No. 11 Linden 55 After an exciting 69-67 game against No. 5 Patrick School, No. 1 ranked Roselle Catholic and LSU commit Naz Reid were back in action Tuesday night to take on No. 11 Linden. The Lions were able to outscore Linden 20-7 in the opening quarter. In the second Roselle Catholic was unstoppable, playing good defense and rocking the rim to take a 42-26 lead at half time. RC would go on to winch match up 70-55 thanks to Khalil Whitney and Colby Rogers who both scored 13 points. JSZ’s Nery Rodriguez has the call: Gill St. Bernards 97 Immaculata 62 Needless to say, the Immaculata Spartans were the underdogs in this matchup, seeing as the Gill St. Bernard’s Knight came into tonight 15-3. However, in the first period, the Spartans gave the Knights some trouble thanks to the offensive stylings of senior forward, Stephen Dwyer. In fact, the first quarter the score was only 22-15 Knights. Fortunately for Gill St. Bernard’s Alex Schachne was electric from the three point line contributing 27 points (6 3FGs), and Paul Mulcahy tacked on 22 more for the Knights 97-62 win over the Spartans. Full highlights now available: Bridgewater-Raritan 59 Hillsborough 45 Crosstown rivals, the Hillsborough Raiders and the Bridgewater-Rartian Panthers met tonight for an aggressive game between two long-term rivals. In the first, the Raiders tied the game up thanks to an offensive push by star guard Elissa Nsenkyire, but in the second half Jordyn Hawthorne, and last week’s game ball winner, Teresa Wolak, went off and each score 14 points for the Panthers. Bridgewater took this one 59-45, full highlights now: Sponsor Alert! Coverage of Bridgewater-Raritan and Hillsborough is brought to you by Princeton Orthopaedic Associates. Thanks to Princeton Ortho JSZ can bring you the best Raider and Panther highlights all year long! Coverage of Bridgewater-Raritan is brought to you by Urgent Injury Care. Thanks to Urgent Care, Jersey Sports Zone will bring you the best of Panther athletics all season long! Camden 61 Camden Catholic 55 Corey Greer hit the 1000 point mark in his career to lead Camden to a road win against rival Camden Catholic. SNJ Today’s Mike Frankel has the highlights: Glassboro 83 Gloucester 36 Kyree Myers scored 17 points to lead four players in double digits as Glassboro improved to 15-3 on the season. SNJ Today’s Mike Frankel has the highlights from South Jersey:
Don’t forget to vote for this week’s Mid-State Game Ball Winners!
Each week JSZ brings you the best highlights from the Mid-State, but when the week ends we are not through! At the end of the every week we like to honor the best athletes for their outstanding performances by nominating them for a JSZ Game Ball. Below there are two polls, each poll includes this week’s top male and female Mid-State basketball players. Vote now and maybe your pick will receive a JSZ game ball! Girl Nominations for Mid-State Game Ball: Take Our Poll Boy Nominations for Mid-State Game Ball: Take Our Poll Last Week’s Game Ball Ceremonies: Teresa Wolak – Bridgewater-Raritan Jake Bentz – Manville REMINDER: You can always nominate an athlete for a JSZ Game Ball. All you have to do is email Courtney DuPont at firstname.lastname@example.org with the follow information: Name of athlete Name of School Stats for a single game Name of Opponent Thanks and keep voting!!
Watch this week’s Mid-State girl and boy Game Ball Ceremonies now!
Teresa Wolak – Bridgewater-Raritan Teresa won last week’s game ball after her outstanding performance against East Brunswick. In that game she scored 20 points, 2 FGs and 5 three-pointers. Check out Teresa’s Game Ball Ceremony now: Take Our Poll Jake Bentz – Manville Jake won the boys Mid-State game ball because of his performance last week against South Hunterdon. Jake scored 18 points, 4 three-pointers and had 3 assists as well. Check out Jake’s game ball ceremony now: Take Our Poll
Don’t forget to vote for this week’s Mid-State Game Balls!
Thanks for joining JSZ this week for another exciting week of boys and girls basketball. This week we had some amazing games in the mid-state conferences, and now it’s time to vote for Game Balls! Check out this week’s nominations and let us know which young athletes deserve the Mid-State Game Balls: Mid-State Game Ball – Girls Nominations Take Our Poll Mid-State Game Ball – Boy Nominations Take Our Poll Please remember, if you believe there a athlete deserves to be nominated for this week’s Game Ball award, but is not represented on one of these two lists, please email Courtney DuPont at email@example.com and include the name, stats and school of the player you’d like to nominate. Thanks for watching JSZ and happy voting! Previous Game Ball Ceremonies:
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JSZ brings you action from around the state on Saturday. Check back throughout the night as we continue to post our coverage! Central 46 Point Pleasant Beach 44 – Boys At the Coaches vs. Cancer showcase in Bayville, the host school gets a dramatic steal and layin by Walter Maldonado with one second left to get an emotional win. Coming up on Sunday, JSZ will profile Central Regional coach Mike Clemente who recently beat cancer and has returned to the Golden Eagles bench. That storyline and the money raised from the four game showcase going to Coaches vs. Cancer made for a special night. JSZ’s Jay Cook has the highlights and post-game reaction: Toms River North 60 Highland 31 – Boys Travis Holland poured in 14 to lead a balanced scoring attack as the Mariners closed out the Coaches vs. Cancer showcase at Central Regional with a convincing win over Highland. Watch the highlights from Bayville: JSZ’s coverage of Toms River North is made possible by Peak Coaching for Success Saint John Vianney 47 Red Bank Catholic 40 – Girls The Lancers used a 17-2 first quarter outburst to deliver a fifth win against a ranked opponent in 2017-18. Madison Doring had 14 points to lead the Lady Lancers who are a perfect 12-0 on the season. JSZ was at a solid out gym in Holmdel and brings you great girls basketball highlights and post-game reaction: Red Bank Catholic coverage on JSZ is brought to you by Playa Bowls of Red Bank. Saint John Vianney coverage is brought to you by Paver Restoration and BCB-Bayshore, your community bank Manasquan 80 Marlboro 48 – Girls Faith Masonius had 26 points and 11 rebounds to pace four Warriors in double digits as Manasquan cruised at the Slam Dunk for Autism at Middletown North High. Lola Mullaney had 17, Dara Mabrey scored 16 and Annie Mako had a career high 11 points. Gisella Romeo led all scorers with 29 points in a losing effort. Manasquan is now 14-1. Watch the highlights of NJ’s current #1 ranked team: JSZ’s coverage of the Marlboro Mustangs is brought to you by Hit Training New Egypt 53 Hightstown 51 – Boys Hightstown fresh off an upset victory over Colonial Valley Conference leader Nottingham came into Saturday’s match up against New Egypt with some momentum. However, it was the Warriors who made their presence known on their home court as they led for most of this one. With back and forth lead changes throughout the second half it would be Quinn Kimmick’s clutch play in the fourth quarter to help secure the win for New Egypt. Nery Rodriguez has the highlights: Sponsor! Thank you to Princeton Orthopaedic Associates for sponsoring our Hightstown coverage! Bridgewater-Raritan 40 Piscataway 17 – Girls Keiko Fox scored 17 to lead Bridgewater-Raritan to a quality road win. The Panthers improve to 8-2 and have won three straight since a loss to Franklin. JSZ’s Bryan DeNovellis has a recap of the action: JSZ’s coverage of Bridgewater-Raritan is brought to you by Princeton Orthopaedic Associates and Total Rehab and Sports Medicine Raritan 50 Barnegat 45 – Girls Jordan Hyman scored 8 of her 12 points in the 4th quarter and Renata Alberici led the Rockets with 15 in a 50-45 win on Saturday morning. Shannon McCoy, winner of this week’s JSZ Game Ball, led all scorers with 25 points. Watch the final moments of a tight ballgame in Hazlet: Raritan Rockets coverage on JSZ is made possible by BCB-Bayshore, your community bank
Vote for this Week’s Mid-State Game Balls
Every week JSZ brings you the best highlights from around the state, and now we are asking you to vote for this week’s top players. Below are the nominations for the Mid-State’s best basketball players, both male and female. Check out the poll and vote for your favorite. Winners will be announce Tuesday afternoon when polls close at 3PM. All winners will receive a game ball delivered to them by one of Jersey Sports Zone’s dedicated MMJs. Boys Basketball Poll: Take Our Poll Girls Basketball Poll: Take Our Poll Last Week’s Game Ball Winners: Eric Schroeder – Voorhees: Jenna Whelan – Bernards:
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Dan Finn Classic – Jersey City Armory Hudson Catholic 67 Patrick School 59 Louis King had 26 points and seven boards as the Hawks pulled away in the fourth quarter after trailing 46-43 at the end of three quarters. King had 16 in the first half and his thunderous dunk early in the 4th started the Hawks quest to beat a Celtics team that handed them two losses last year. Valdir Manuel was outstanding for the Patrick School with 20 points and 11 rebounds. Luther Muhammad added 15 and Jahvon Quinerly had 10 points and 8 assists for Hudson Catholic who are now 6-3. Watch the highlights and post-game reaction from the Dan Finn Classic at the Jersey City Armory: Coaches vs Cancer Shoot-Out North Hunterdon 72 Westfield 51 This matchup was the second of seven games being played at the Coaches vs Cancer Shoot-Out at Montgomery high school. North Hunterdon came into this game with a 4-4 record, but right out of the gate the Lions were moving the ball well and had Westfield 40-28 by halftime. Leading scorer for the lions was Mike DeSantro with 22 points, and teammates Aham Cooks and Wes Reinagel both put up a strong defensive performance. Check out full highlights now: Sponsor Alert! Coverage of Westfield is brought to you by Assemblyman Jon Bramnick. Thanks to Mr. Bramnick, JSZ will be bringing you the best Blue Devils Highlights all season long! Hillsborough 46 Lawrence 40 Hillsborough and Lawrence are both off to a rocky starts this season and desperately needed today’s win. However, it was Hillsborough who came out hot in the first quarter. With a 31-11 lead at halftime, the Raiders took the win and improved to 4-5 as they head into their in-conference game next week against Hunterdon Central. Today’s leading scorer with Pat Vinchur with 10 points, check out his highlights and more: Sponsor Alert! Coverage of Hillsborough is brought to you by Princeton Orthopaedic Associates. Thanks to Princeton Ortho JSZ will bring you the best of Raider athletics, all season long! Bridgewater-Raritan 75 Woodbridge 67 The 6th game in Montgomery’s Coaches vs Cancer Shoot-Out featured the Bridgewater-Raritan Panthers and the Woodbridge Barrons. Both teams came into the game with 5-3 records, and that may be why it was a back and forth battle all the way through the last few minutes of the fourth quarter. In the end though, it was Bridgewater who came out on top and improved to 6-3. There were two leading scorers for the Panthers, Sterling and Doug Collins, who each had 16 points. Full highlights now available: Sponsor Alert! Coverage of Bridgewater is brought to you by Princeton Orthopaedic Associates and Urgent Injury Care. Thanks to these two generous sponsors, Jersey Sports Zone will bring your highlights of the Panthers all season long! Montgomery 49 Somerville 30 Montgomery, the host team of the annual Coaches vs Cancer Shoot-Out, dominated this game from the start. Rohan Prakash was the Cougars’ leading scorer with 13 points, 4/5 from the foul line, and Riley Greene contributed 11 points, making 2 3FGS, leading Montgomery to their eighth win this season. Full highlights now available: Sponsor Alert! Coverage of the Montgomery Cougars is brought to you by Princeton Orthopaedic Associates. Thanks to Princeton Ortho JSZ will bring you the best of Cougars highlights all year long! Trinity Hall 67 Point Pleasant Beach 54 The Monarchs got a triple-double from Bridget Andree (29 points, 12 rebounds, 10 steals) to get to 8-0 on the season. JSZ has the highlights from a sensational performance by the Trinity Hall senior: Jersey Sports Zone is excited to have Trinity Hall join our team as one of our sponsors. JSZ will have highlights and features of the Monarchs sports programs all year long. Visit trinityhallnj.org to learn more about Monmouth County’s independent college preparatory high school in the Catholic tradition Trenton Catholic 75 Trenton 57 The biggest game in Trenton saw some high flying action as Gil St. Bernard transfer, Khalif Battle showed why he was one of the best players in South Jersey. The Iron Mike’s got off to a slow start, but picked it up nearing the of the first quarter to put on a dominating 75-57 performance for victory over Trenton. Watch the highlights: Sponsor! Thanks to Princeton Orthopaedic Associates for sponsoring our Trenton Catholic and Trenton coverage on JSZ! Allentown 65 Robbinsville 35 The 5-1 Allentown Red Birds put on a stellar performance against Robbinsville on Saturday. Ryan Weiss dropped 20 in the 65-35 win over the Ravens. Allentown proving they might be the team next to Notre Dame to beat in the CVC. Watch the highlights now: Sponsor! Thank you to Princeton Orthopaedic Associates for sponsoring our Allentown and Robbinsville coverage on JSZ!
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Christian Brothers – 72 Colts Neck – 69 in 2OT The CBA Colts traveled to Colts Neck High School and handed the cougars their first loss of the season with a thrilling 72-69 win in double overtime. Stephen Braunstein led CBA with 19 points, including the go ahead bucket in double OT. Robby Hill scored 19, and Danny Gaines added 16 for Colts Neck in the loss. Watch full highlights and post game from the CBA-Colts Neck thriller below! Sponsor Shout Out! Jersey Sports Zone’s coverage of Colts Neck is being brought to you by Hit Training. They’re the reason we were there for the Cougars Basketball Highlights! Middletown South – 60 Middletown North – 50 The Eagles of Middletown South came away with a 60-50 win over their arch rival Lions of Middletown North. Ryan Purcell and Dave Gervase each scored 18 points for South in the win. Dave Campbell added 20 points for Middletown North in the loss. The win helped Middletown South improve to 5-4 on the season. Watch highlights of the Middletown rivalry game below! Sponsor Shout Out Jersey Sports Zone brings you great Middletown South highlights and features all year long thanks to Prown’s Windows and Doors Bridgewater-Raritan 51 Gill St. Bernards 35 Two top girls basketball teams in the Skyland Conference, Bridgewater-Raritan (4) and Gill St. Bernards (5), faced off tonight. It was an even match through the first quarter, but in the second the Panthers pulled away thanks to a great performance by Teresa Wolak again who has 13 points, 9 rebounds an 3 steal and Meghan Ball who was the leading scorer with 16 points. Bridgewater is now 6-1 overall and remains undefeated in the Delaware Division. Check out full highlights now: Bridgewater Record: 5-1 Gill St. Bernards Record: 3-2 Sponsor Alert!! Coverage of Bridgewater-Raritan is brought to you by Princeton Orthopaedic Associates and Urgent Injury Care. Thanks to these two sponsors, JSZ will bringing you the best Panthers highlights all season long! Warren Hills 63 Somerville 61 Two more top teams duked it out today in the Skyland conference, Warren Hills (7) and Somerville (9). Both teams got themselves into foul trouble late in the game, but it was Somerville who could not recover. In the 4th quarter, the Streaks were 11/14 from the foul line and in the entire game Devyn Gara made 11 of 15 from the line. Gara also tacked on four rebounds and sevens steals for Warren Hills as they defeated Somerville 63-61. Check out full highlights now: Somerville Record: 6-2 Warren Hills Record: 6-1 Princeton -38 Robbinsville 25 Robbinsville came into Tuesdays game sitting fourth in the Colonial Valley Conference rankings. However, it was Princeton who would take control of the game thanks to their defense and the shooting of Catherine Dyevich. They were able to hold Robbinsville to a season low 25 points. JSZ’s Nery Rodirugez was there for all the action! Ewing -68 West Windsor- Plainsboro North 45 5-1 West Windsor- Plainsboro North has been impressive so far this season taking down Trenton in dominating fashion just a couple games ago. Ewing who just lost to Trenton was able to bounce back with a victory 68-45 victory thanks to Shemar Robinson who had 22 points in the match up. Watch now: Sponsor! Thank you to Princeton Orthopaedic Associates for sponsoring our Ewing, Princeton and West Windsor- Plainsboro North coverage on JSZ!
Vote now for the Mid-State Basketball Game Balls
Each week JSZ will bring you nominations for two Mid-State game balls, one will be awarded to a female basketball player and another will be award to a male basketball player. Game balls are our way of recognizing players for their outstanding performances during the week, and will be delivered to players during practice the week following. Along with the game balls, comes a game ball ceremony that will be featured right here on jerseysportszone.com and all of our social media. Check out this week’s nominations and vote for your favorite athlete. The polls will stay open through Tuesday at 3:00 pm. Mid-State Girls Basketball Nominations: Take Our Poll Mid-State Boys Basketball Nominations: Take Our Poll Please advise: If you believe there is an athlete who deserves to be represented this week, but is not featured on these lists please email JSZ’s Mid-State representative, Courtney DuPont, at firstname.lastname@example.org. In your email please include the name of the athlete, the school they attend and their stats for the week.
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Bulldawg Classic Saint Peter’s Prep 48 Rumson-Fair Haven 43 Jack Pettit had 21 points including four three-pointers to lead the Marauders to a hard fought win at Rutgers. Jack Solano had 20 for RFH, who used a 15-3 third quarter to take a 30-26 lead after three quarters. Saint Peter’s Prep got clutch three pointers from Brendan Thiele and Pettit in the fourth quarter and put the game away with nine free throws with the game on the line. Watch the highlights of an exciting ballgame in Rumson: Barnegat 68 Fort Hamilton (NY) 44 Mike Revello scored 7 points of the Bengals 12-0 run to open the game and reached the 1000 point plateau at Rumson-Fair Haven High School. Barnegat had a dominant effort with a 24-5 first quarter and building a huge 38-12 lead at the half. Mike Revello had 16 points and 8 assists with Carson Francisco adding 13 and Brendan Revello contributing with 10. JSZ has the 1000 point milestone and an interview with Mike Revello following the win: We’re excited to have BSR Physical Therapy joining the JSZ Team and supporting our coverage of Barnegat Basketball all winter! Brunswick Classic East Brunswick 42 North Brunswick 22 Today was the final day of the annual Brunswick Classic at South Brunswick High School and the first matchup featured East Brunswick taking on North Brunswick. The Eagles knew they were up for a challenge, seeing as the Bears have not lost yet this season; unfortunately, for North that did not change today. East defeats North 42-22 behind the leadership of Nicole Johnson who scored 16 points and Alyssa Bondi who contributed 9. Check out full highlights now: South Brunswick 33 Hillsborough 29 The South Brunswick girls basketball team hosted their annual Brunswick Classic today, which included the East Brunswick Bears, North Brunswick Eagles and Hillsborough Raiders. In this matchup, the Vikings took on the Raiders in a nail biter. However, thanks to University of Buffalo commit and senior forward, Alexis Adams, the Vikings held onto their lead and defeated Hillsborough 33-29. Check out full highlights and a post game interview with Adams now: Sponsor Alert!! Coverage of Hillsborough High School is brought to you by Princeton Orthopaedic Associates. Thanks to Princeton Ortho JSZ will be bringing you all the best Raider highlights all year long! ESCIT Tournament Nottingham 97 Conwell-Egan (PA) 79 It’s not very often you see a public school take down two visiting out of state private schools in back to back games, but then again you don’t know Nottingham. The Northstars put on another incredible performance this time against Conwell- Egan (PA) to win the ESCIT trophy. Darell Johnson for Nottingham scored 41 points in the championship and was rewarded with MVP honors afterwards. Watch the highlights now: Sponsor Shout Out! Thanks to Princeton Orthopaedics for sponsoring our Nottingham coverage all year long! Metro Holiday Classic East Side 78 University 41 For No. 12 in the NJ Top 20, Newark East Side it was just another day at the office as the Raiders outplayed University in a 78-41 victory in the Newark’s school’s Metro Holiday Classic. East Side will face West Side for the championship on 12/30 at 2:30 from Weequahic HS. Watch the highlights now: Montgomery Classic Bridgewater-Raritan 56 Montgomery 49 Coverage of Bridgewater-Raritan is brought to you by Total Rehabilitation and Princeton Orthopaedic Associates. Thanks to these two generous sponsors JSZ will bring you the best Panther highlights all year long!
Watch Thursday 12.21 High School Hoops Highlights
Jersey Sports Zone had camera crews around the state capturing great high school hoops action! Middletown North 67 Ocean 59 Rob Higgins had 20 points in the 4th quarter and 36 for the game reaching the 1,000 career point mark in a Lions road win. Higgins needed 32 to reach the milestone and was able to hit six free throws in the final minute to get reach 1,000. Jack Miller had 16 in the final eight minutes and 28 for the game with teammate Andrew Seager adding 20 in a losing effort. Ocean battled back from a 14 point deficit to get as close as three, but the Lions never relinquished the lead. Watch the highlights and a post-game interview with the Lions 1,000 point scorer: Teaneck – 90 Bergenfield – 73 Aaron Sanchez poured in 27 points on 6 three pointers and senior point guard Ja’Quaye James added 17 for the Highwaymen, as Teaneck High School recorded a big road win over Bergenfield. Teaneck, coming off of back to back state title seasons, has almost an entirely new roster, but the Highwaymen have gotten off to a 3-1 start in 2017. Watch full highlights and post game reaction of Teaneck vs Bergenfield below! Matawan 64 Shore Regional 38 Mike Dunne had 16 points and 10 rebounds and Reggie Tawiah added a dozen as the Huskies bounced back from a tough home loss to RFH with a road win in “A” Central play. Watch the highlights of Matawan’s second win of the season on Thursday night in West Long Branch: Thanks to ServPro of Eatontown/Long Branch for supporting our Shore Regional coverage on Jersey Sports Zone Bridgewater-Raritan 59 Phillipsburg 40 Bridgewater-Raritan’s Teresa Wolak was on fire tonight. With 21 points, her aggressive play dominated the paint and led her team to a 59-40 victory over the Phillipsburg Stateliners improving the Panthers to 2-1. Check out full highlights now: Double Sponsor Alert!! Coverage of Bridgewater-Raritan is brought to you by Total Care Rehabilitation & Sports Medicine, as well as, Princeton Orthopaedic Associates. It is because of these great sponsor that JSZ brings you the best Panther Highlights all year long! Coverage of Phillipsburg HS is brought to you by the Garnet Booster Club. Thank you Garnet Booster Club for help JSZ capture great Stateliner highlights year round! Trenton-76 Steinert 70 Fans crowded the gym in Hamilton for a local rivalry showdown between Trenton and Steinert Thursday night. The Spartans came out hot leading by three at the end of the first quarter, but Ji’Ayir Brown for Trenton answered back with a few big scores and the Tornadoes never looked back as they took down Steinert 76-70 in this Colonial Valley Conference match up. Watch the highlights now: Sponsor Shoutout! Thanks to Princeton Orthopaedic Associates for our Trenton and Steinert coverage on Jersey Sports Zone! Warren Hills 59 Cranford 47 Warren Hills obtained the lead early in this one, and held it throughout despite Cranford’s efforts to close the gap in the 2nd half. It was Alan Freeman’s 3 pointer at the end of the 3rd period that seemed to seal the deal for the Blue Streaks as they defeated the Cougars 59-47. Highlights available now: Glassboro 63 Washington Township 55 Isom Golden drained a shot just inside half-court and the Bulldogs held off Washington Township for a road victory. SNJ Today’s Mike Frankel has the recap from South Jersey:
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Rumson-Fair Haven 46 Matawan 37 Ian O’Connor scored 23 points and 7 rebounds and sparked a 10-0 run in the 4th quarter to give the Bulldogs a big road win to open the season. Elijah McAllister had 4 points, 9 rebounds and 8 blocked shots for the Bulldogs and Teddy Sourlis added 7 points in the 4th quarter. Matawan took a 21-19 lead late in the third on a four point play by Mike Dunne, but the 4th quarter belonged to the Bulldogs. Watch the highlights of a great “A” Central battle in the Shore Conference: Thanks to ServPro of Eatontown/Long Branch for sponsoring our Rumson-Fair Haven coverage on JSZ. We give top priority to our sponsored schools when we choose what games we shoot every day! Manasquan – 60 Red Bank Catholic – 37 Girls Basketball Manasquan’s tremendous trio of Faith Masonius, Dara Mabrey, and Lola Mullaney was too much for Red Bank Catholic, as the three players combined for 56 of the Lady Warrior’s 60 points in a dominating 23 point win over their rival Caseys. Watch highlights and post game reaction from Manasquan vs Red Bank Catholic below! Sponsor Shout Out! Thanks to Playa Bowls in Red Bank, they are the reason we can bring you comprehensive coverage of the RBC Caseys all year long. Middletown South 67 Wall 52 Four Eagles finished in double digits led by Ryan Purcell’s 20 as the Eagles busted open a six point halftime lead to an impressive victory in their home opener. Matt Laudisi and James Baldo added 11 points and Dave Gervase had 10 points and 12 rebounds. Steve Geis led all scorers with 27 points for the Crimson Knights. The win was the first for coach Jim Anderson, who returned to lead the Eagles after last coaching Middletown South in 2001. JSZ has highlights of Shore Conference basketball in Middletown: Thanks to Prown’s Windows and Doors for sponsoring our Middletown South coverage. We’ll have great Eagles action from all varsity sports this year thanks to Prown’s Windows and Doors! Bridgewater-Raritan 52 Hillsborough 33 The Bridgewater-Raritan Panthers paid a visit to cross town rivals, the Hillsborough Raiders, this evening for a Skyland Conference matchup. Bridgewater squeaked out a win last week against Watching Hills and came into tonight hungry for that 2-0 record, while Hillsborough still looking for their first win after falling to Phillipsburg. For Hillsborough, the man to watch was #22, Aaron Gao, who last year for the Panthers scored 49 3-pointers, making him an extremely dangerous outside threat. However, this evening he did have some help from teammates, Justin Bryant and Sterling White. The two guards combined posted 36 points tonight, while Bryant also contributed a double double and 10 rebounds. In the end, it was Bridgewater who came out on top 52-33 over Hillsborough. Check out full highlights brought to you by JSZ’s Courtney DuPont: Sponsor Alert!! Coverage of both Hillsborough and Bridgewater is brought to you by JSZ’s amazing sponsor, Princeton Orthopaedic Associates. Thanks to Princeton Orthopaedic JSZ will bring you great Raider and Panther highlights all season long! Coverage of Bridgewater-Raritan is brought to you by Total Rehabilitation & Sports Medicine Urgent Injury Care. Thanks to Urgent Injury JSZ will bring you great Panther highlights all season long! Nottingham 77 Princeton 28 Cliff Joseph put on a spectacular performance in Tuesday night’s match up between Princeton and Nottingham. The Little Tigers kicked the year off 1-0, but Joseph and the Northstars came to play. Thanks to great defense and an unstoppable offense Nottingham pulled away with a 77-28 victory to improve to 2-0 on the year. Watch the highlights now: Sponsor Alert!! Thanks to Princeton Orthopaedic Associates for our Princeton and Nottingham coverage on JSZ. Because of Princeton Orthopaedic we will bring you great Little Tigers and Northstar highlights all season long!
NJ’s best gather for 2017 JSZ Football Banquet
Jersey Sports Zone brought the top players from the 2017 New Jersey high school football season to the APA Hotel in Woodbridge for our first football banquet. Our All-Zone consisted of top position players from around the state. Our Plays of the Week and Plays of the Year winners were also honored. The night culminated with our Prep Offensive and Defensive Players of the year and the presentation of JSZ’s Zoneman Trophy, awarded to the top player in New Jersey. Freehold Boro’s Ashante Worthy captured the vote from coaches and media around the state following a 4,000 yard combined offensive season with over 60 touchdowns for the Colonials: 2017 Zoneman Trophy Balloting JSZ secured votes from head coaches and media around the state (55 total) to ask their vote for the most outstanding player in New Jersey. 1st place votes get 3 points, 2 points for 2nd and 1 point for 3rd. Here are the results of the top 6 vote getters and our Zoneman Finalist Podium: Name High School 1st 2nd 3rd Total Ashante WorthyFreehold Boro238691 Devin LearyTimber Creek1011860 Naim MayfieldManalapan911453 Iverson ClementRancocas Valley32619 Shayne SimonSaint Peter's Prep23618 Johnny LanganBergen Catholic24216 Zoneman Trophy Balloting Committee Thanks to everyone from around the state who was part of the Zoneman process JSZ Staff: Rich Chrampanis, Alex Lorenzo, Nery Rodriguez, Courtney DuPont, Jay Cook, Bryan DeNovellis, Mike Frankel Statewide Media: Shawn Brown (Rivals), Joe Zedalis (NJ.com), Pat Lanni (NJ.com), Gregg Lerner (News 12 Varsity), Chris Melvin (Asbury Park Press), Phil Anastasia (Philadelphia Inquirer), Mike Kinney (News 12 Varsity), Bob Badders (Shore Sports Network) Coaches: Middletown North, Keansburg, Point Pleasant Boro, Brick Memorial, Red Bank Catholic, Howell, Central Regional, Freehold Boro, Monmouth Regional, Mater Dei Prep, Somerville, Westfield, AL Johnson, Bridgewater-Raritan, Delaware Valley, Warren Hills, Hillsborough, Phillipsburg, Bound Brook, Bernards, Piscataway, Bergen Catholic, DePaul Catholic, Seton Hall Prep, Paramus Catholic, St. Peter’s Prep, St. Mary’s, New Milford, Queen of Peace, Montgomery, Linden, Dwight Morrow, Camden, Palmyra, Florence, Penns Grove, Washington Township, Timber Creek, St. Joe-Hammonton, Lenape Watch our Zoneman Finalist Profiles The JSZ staff went in depth to learn more about the six outstanding players who stood on the JSZ Zoneman Podium JSZ Prep Player of the Year Winners JSZ’s Courtney DuPont presented the Prep Players of the Year with Vanderbilt commit Allan Walters of Peddie getting the offensive honors and top recruit Jayson Oweh of Blair Academy taking home the defensive honors Plays of the Week and Plays of the Year Winners Thanks to everyone who voted all year long on JSZ! JSZ Play of the Week Winners Week 0: David Lepoidevin/Joshua Ejiogu, Bound Brook Week 1: Steve Lubischer/Jaden Key, Red Bank Catholic Week 2: Evan Burton, Pinelands Week 3: Dayshawn Porter/Devon Johnson – Monmouth Regional Week 4: Blaine Netterman, Brick Memorial Week 5: Zack Bair, Red Bank Catholic Week 6: Ian Fitzgerald, Monmouth Regional Week 7: Terry Outlaw Jr., South River Week 8: Anthony Damato, Marlboro Week 9: Ashante Worthy/Matt Krauss, Freehold Boro Week 10: Brandon Cipriano, Point Pleasant Boro Week 11: Ayir Asante, Saint Peter’s Prep 2017 JSZ Plays of the Year Winners TD Run: Eddie Morales, Howell and Bill Hackett, Trenton TD Pass Play: Michael DeSantis/Travis Thomas, South River and Cameron Carti/Andrew Perez, Seton Hall Prep Special Teams TD: Sean Spina, Ridge and Mack Byrne, Holmdel Defensive TD of the Year: Jordan Morant/Javontae Jean-Baptiste Bergen Catholic and Caleb Stokes, Ewing Sack of the Year: Anthony Corbin, Bergen Catholic and Nick Densieski, Saint John Vianney Stick of the Year: Liam Donohue, Rumson-Fair Haven and Markus Bagley, St. Peter’s Prep Meet the 2017 JSZ All-Zone Team We will post individual links to each players highlight reel this weekend on JSZ! QuarterbackRunning BackWide ReceiverTight EndOffensive Line Matt Busher, North HunterdonJalen Berger, Don Bosco PrepNaseim Brantley, HowellMatt Alaimo, St. Joe-MontvaleWill Anderson, Delbarton Tarrin Earle, MontclairAidan Bourget, DelseaTyreke Brown, Penns GroveLiam Cabri, DePaul CatholicKhris Banks, DePaul Catholic David Estevez, River DellJimmy Browne, Burlington CityDylan Classi, Bergen CatholicHenry Pearson, Paramus CatholicDaniel Dawkins, Peddie James Fara, Point Pleasant BoroKyle Dobbins, Timber CreekAndrew Perez, Seton Hall PrepMichael Griggs, Red Bank Catholic Taj Harris, PalmyraJoe Green, PhillipsburgJasiah Provillon, IrvingtonAnthony Lord, Holy Spirit Patrick Holly, Hun SchoolJosh Henderson, Hun SchoolDaevon Robinson, ShawneeAnthony Marinelli, DePaul Catholic Maasai Maynor, St. Peter's PrepDehron Holloway, PaulsboroJustin Shorter, South BrunswickNick Russo, St. Joe-Montvale Nick McNerney, Old TappanJuwon Jackson, PiscatawayJosh Szott, Hun SchoolConor Smith, Red Bank Catholic Eddie Morales, HowellPete Lucas, Rumson-Fair HavenTyler Williams, Don Bosco Prep Nick Patti, St. Joe-MontvaleJosh McKenzie, Bergen Catholic George Pearson, Mater Dei PrepIsaiah Pacheco, Vineland Taquan Roberson, DePaul CatholicClayton Scott, Millville Josh Zamot, Holy SpiritTahj Valentine, Morristown-Beard Danny Webb, Montclair Defensive LineLinebackerDefensive BackReturn SpecialistsKicker/Puinter Jayson Ademilola, St. Peter's PrepNihym Anderson, VinelandKevin Brennan, Don Bosco PrepJada Byers, St. Joe-HammontonZach Hoban, Seton Hall Prep Justin Ademilola, St. Peter's PrepJustin Bryant, Bridgewater-RaritanElijah Clark, SayrevilleJoJo Kellum, LenapeAngelo Gugliemelo, St. Joe-Montvle Antonio Alfano, RahwayJohnny Buchanan, Saint John VianneyDeion Jennings, Timber Creek Howard Cross, St. Joe-MontvaleJalahn Dabney, SomervilleZyheir Jones, Lakewood Marcellus Earlington, Don Bosco PrepNick DeNucci, Pope JohnCarlton Lawrence, Millville Tyler Friday, Don Bosco PrepVinny DePalma, DePaul CatholicZamir Mickens, St. Peter's Prep Travon King, Woodrow WilsonJavar Garrett, PeddieJordan Morrison, Steinert Josh Lezin, LakewoodMarcus Hillman, Camden CatholicJarrett Paul, Paramus Catholic Elijah McAllister, Rumson-Fair HavenQuaison Horne, WeequahicEvan Stewart, St. Joe-Montvale Emmett McNamara, Red Bank CatholicJavontae Jean-Baptiste, Bergen Catholic Kaymar Mimes, Long BranchJake Krellin, Middletown South Eli Sloan-El, CamdenWillie Matthews, Montclair Lance Turay, IrvingtonTommy Pearce, Manalapan Jake Vall-Llobera, Westfiled
Westfield’s defense shines to give Blue Devils football three-peat
Westfield 20 Bridgewater-Raritan 7 The Blue Devils got a 47 yard TD run from Tim Alliegro to start the scoring and their defense produced two key turnovers including a 32 yard scoop and score by Adam McDaniel set up by a caused fumble from Jordan Barham to get a 37th straight win and a third straight victory over Bridgewater-Raritan in a sectional final. Jake Vall-Llobera had the other Blue Devils touchdown, while Anthony Goffe’s 13 yard TD run with :40 seconds left in the half made it a 14-7 game. But the Westfield defense did not yield any points after that. JSZ has the highlights and post-game reaction from MetLife Stadium: A special thanks to Princeton Orthopaedic Associates and Total Rehab and Sports Medicine for sponsoring our Bridgewater-Raritan coverage. Congratulations to the Panthers on a tremendous football season and we’ll have many more B-R highlights in the winter and spring from all sports. JSZ Championship Weekend Coverage Jersey Sports Zone will have camera crews at MetLife Stadium, Kean, Rutgers and Rowan. We’ll have extended highlights and post-game reaction from around the state on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. We wrap up our high school football coverage on December 7 with the JSZ Football Banquet at the APA Hotel in Woodbridge. Thanks to our sponsor and supporters for a tremendous 2017 season on the gridiron!
Watch Bridgewater Raritan 27 Piscataway 6 Week 11 Highlights
Wall 13 Rumson Fair Haven 28- Week 11 Thank you to Total Rehabilitation and Princeton Orthpaedic Associates for our Bridgewater-Raritan coverage on Jersey Sports Zone. Because of Total Rehabilitation and Princeton Orthpaedic Associates, we’ll get many more great moments from Panthers sports all year long! Welcome to Jersey Sports Zone! After three years on the Jersey Shore, we’ve expanded our coverage to every part of the Garden State. We are excited to bring you high definition highlights and features of high school sports all year long.
Vote for JSZ Soccer Plays of the Year!
Jersey Sports Zone brought our cameras all over the state and captured amazing plays from boys and girls high school soccer. We have 12 nominees for goal of the year (boys and girls) plus save of the year (boys and girls combined). Our poll will stay open until Wednesday at 3:00 pm. The winners will receive a placque and a visit from JSZ cameras. Thank you again to all the great athletes from around the state for giving us so many incredible highlights! Take Our Poll Take Our Poll Take Our Poll
Vote for JSZ’s Top Play from Week 11!
Huge returns and clutch playoff performances highlight our 12 nominees for our Week 11 Plays of the Week. The winner of this poll, which stays open through Tuesday at 3:00 pm will get an invite to the JSZ Football Banquet on December 7th in Woodbridge. Thanks to all the great players who give us so many quality highlights and to everyone who has voted throughout the year. Check out the best plays captured by our cameras and cast your vote NOW! Take Our Poll Previous JSZ Play of the Week Winners Week 0: David Lepoidevin/Joshua Ejiogu, Bound Brook Week 1: Steve Lubischer/Jaden Key, Red Bank Catholic Week 2: Evan Burton, Pinelands Week 3: Dayshawn Porter/Devon Johnson – Monmouth Regional Week 4: Blaine Netterman, Brick Memorial Week 5: Zack Bair, Red Bank Catholic Week 6: Ian Fitzgerald, Monmouth Regional Week 7: Terry Outlaw Jr., South River Week 8: Anthony Damato, Marlboro Week 9: Ashante Worthy/Matt Krauss, Freehold Boro Week 10: Brandon Cipriano, Point Pleasant Boro Missed our Highlights Shows? Watch 18 games of action from Week 11 on Friday and Saturday
Watch JSZ Saturday Week 11 Playoff Highlights Show
The field is set for the state championships in two weeks at Kean, Rowan, Rutgers and MetLife Stadium. JSZ has highlights of eight Saturday playoff games: Click above to watch highlights from the following games: St. Joe-Montvale 28 Pope John 7: Gavin Sharkey 157 all-purpose yards, TD Bergen Catholic 41 Delbarton 16: Dylan Classi 5 catches, 150 yards, 3 TD’s Montclair 49 Ridgewood 14: Danny Webb 21 carries, 245 yards, 3 TD’s Bridgewater-Raritan 27 Piscataway 6: Anthony Goffe 27 carries, 136 yards, 2 TD’s Westfield 13 Elizabeth 6: Juandre House 14 carries, 112 yards, TD Woodrow Wilson 46 Lakewood 25: Muheem McCargo 24 carries, 224 yards, 4 TD’s Paulsboro 28 Salem 20: Dehron Holloway 19 carries, 77 yards, 2 TD’s Haddonfield 35 Cinnaminson 8: Nick Patrizi 19 carries, 106 yards, TD Missed our Friday Highlights Show? Watch 10 games of action from Friday night playoffs NJSIAA Playoff Scoreboard FRIDAY North Jersey 1, Group 5 (3) Union City 35 (7) Bloomfield 0 North Jersey 1, Group 4 (1) Old Tappan 42 (4) Wayne Hills 7 (3) Mount Olive 21 (2) West Morris 16 North Jersey 1, Group 3 (1) Ramapo 21 (4) Sparta 14 (2) River Dell 38 (3) Demarest 34 North Jersey 1, Group 2 (4) Newton 21 (1) Westwood 6 (3) Manchester Regional 28 (2) Lakeland 0 North Jersey 1, Group 1 (5) Hasbrouck Heights 10 (1) New Milford 7 (6) Pompton Lakes 34 (2) Wallington 26 North Jersey 2, Group 4 (1) Phillipsburg 21 (4) Irvington 20 (2) North Hunterdon 29 (6) Sayreville 7 North Jersey 2, Group 3 (1) West Essex 28 (5) Rahway 14 (3) Voorhees 24 (2) Parsippany Hills 19 North Jersey 2, Group 2 (1) Rutherford 34 (4) Lenape Valley 21 (6) Hackettstown 47 (2) Caldwell 27 North Jersey 2, Group 1 (1) Weequahic 34 (4) Belvidere 3 (2) Shabazz 27 (6) Roselle Park 6 Central Jersey, Group 5 (1) Manalapan 63 (4) Freehold Township 22 (2) South Brunswick 21 (3) Old Bridge 10 Central Jersey, Group 4 (8) Freehold Borough 35 (5) Brick Township 28 (3) Long Branch 28 (7) Jackson Memorial 3 Central Jersey, Group 3 (1) Rumson-Fair Haven 28 (5) Wall 13 (2) Somerville 33 (3) Monmouth 24 Central Jersey, Group 2 (1) Point Pleasant Boro 27 (5) Manasquan 6 Central Jersey, Group 1 (4) Middlesex 41 (1) Burlington City 20 (7) Point Pleasant Beach 22 (3) Bound Brook 19 South Jersey, Group 5 (1) Lenape 63 (4) Howell 28 (2) Rancocas Valley 15 (3) Millville 14 South Jersey, Group 4 (4) Shawnee 40 (1) Moorestown 7 (6) Hammonton 27 (7) Highland 21 South Jersey, Group 3 (4) Delsea 41 (1) Timber Creek 30 South Jersey, Group 2 (1) West Deptford 28 (4) Cedar Creek 20 Non-Public, Group 4 (2) St. Peter’s Prep 42 (6) Paramus Catholic 19 Non-Public, Group 3 (1) DePaul 42 (4) St. John Vianney 21 Non-Public, Group 2 (3) Mater Dei Prep 35 (2) Holy Spirit 34 SATURDAY North Jersey 1, Group 5 (1) Montclair 49 (5) Ridgewood 14 North Jersey, Section 2, Group 5 (5) Elizabeth at (1) Westfield 13 (5) Elizabeth 6 (3) Bridgewater-Raritan 27 (2) Piscataway 6 Central Jersey, Group 2 (7) Hillside 19 (3) AL Johnson 16 South Jersey, Group 3 (2) Woodrow Wilson 45 (6) Lakewood 26 South Jersey, Group 2 (6) Haddonfield 35 (7) Cinnaminson 8 South Jersey, Group 1 (1) Paulsboro 28 (4) Salem 20 (2) Penns Grove 36 (3) Gateway 0 Non-Public, Group 4 (1) Bergen Catholic 41 (5) Delbarton 16 Non-Public, Group 3 (3) St Joseph-Montvale 28 (2) Pope John 7 Non-Public, Group 2 (1) St. Joseph-Hammonton 64 (5) Immaculata 26 Coming up on Sunday Vote for Top Play from Week 11 captured by our cameras (winner receives invite to JSZ statewide football banquet in December) Vote for our final Game Ball of the 2017 season (winner will receive a Game Ball presentation at mid-week practice)
Watch Boys State Soccer Semifinal Highlights
JSZ brings you highlights of four boys state soccer semifinal games: Kearny 0 (5) Bridgewater-Raritan 0 (4) Both the Kearny Kardinals and Bridgewater-Raritan Panthers expected to win this matchup, and that proved true as they played 100 minutes of scoreless soccer. In the end, the Kearny Kardinals were victorious in a 5-4 PK victory over the Panthers, and they will be moving onto the Group 4 State Final this Sunday. Check out full highlights now: Sponsor Alert! A big thank you goes out to our wonderful sponsors of Bridgewater-Raritan HS. It is because of you we are able to get great highlights of Panther athletics all year long! Mainland 0 Toms River South 0 (Mainland wins 7-6 in PKs) Matt Stellinato made three saves in a nine round penalty kick battle to give Mainland a spot in the Group 3 state championship. The two teams played 100 minutes of scoreless soccer. The Mustangs had a goal taken away in the first half due to an offsides call, while TRS Clem Slavick had a shot that was steered away at the goal line by Joe Palmieri in the second half. Tied at 4 through five shooters in the penalty kicks, Indians keeper Jake Towell made a save in round seven giving Toms River South a chance to win it, but Stellinato kept the Mustangs season alive with a huge save. Finally in round 9, Jimmy Kryjer scored and Stellinato made his third save to clinch the victory. Watch the dramatic highlights and post-match interview with the Mainland keeper: Holmdel 3 Delran 1 The Hornets fell behind in the 5th minute, but responded with three unanswered goals in a battle of two top 10 ranked state powers. Mark McStay tied the game at one, while Anthony Arena scored the go ahead goal and Matt Leon wrapped up the scoring. Holmdel will face Dover in the Group 2 state championship on Sunday at Kean. JSZ’s Alex Lorenzo has the highlights and post-match reaction from Hopewell Valley High School: Thanks to BCB-Bayshore for sponsoring our Holmdel Hornets coverage. BCB-Bayshore is the reason we are able to bring you great Holmdel highlights in all sports all year long. We’ll be at the Hornets state championship game this Sunday because of BCB-Bayshore, your community bank! Princeton 1 Washington Township 0 Atticus Lynch pounced on a rebound in the 53rd minute for the game’s only goal as the Little Tigers make their first ever trip to the state finals. JSZ’s Nery Rodriguez was at Rowan and brings you the highlights: Thanks to Princeton Orthopaedic Associates for sponsoring our Princeton High coverage on Jersey Sports Zone. We’ll be at the Little Tigers state championship game this Sunday because of the support of Princeton Orthopaedic Associates Boys Soccer State Semifinal Scores Group 4 Kearny 0 Bridgewater-Raritan 0 (Kearny wins in PK’s 5-4) Princeton 1 Washington Township 0 Kearny vs. Princeton, Sunday at 5:30 pm in Group 4 state championship Group 3 Mainland 0 Toms River South 0 (Mainland wins in PKs 7-6) Mendham 1 Old Tappan 0 Mainland vs. Mendham, Sunday at 3:00 pm in Group 3 state championship Group 2 Holmdel 3 Delran 1 Dover 1 Newton 0 Holmdel vs. Dover, Sunday at 12:30 pm in Group 2 state championship Group 1 Pompton Lakes 2 Dayton 0 Glassboro 2 Highland Park 0 Pompton Lakes vs. Glassboro, Sunday at 10:00 am in Group 1 state championship
Watch Watchung Hills 0 Bridgewater-Raritan 41 Week 10 Highlights
Watchung Hills 0 Bridgewater-Raritan 41- Week 10 Thank you to Princeton Orthopaedic Associates and Urgent Injury Care for our Bridgewater-raritan coverage on Jersey Sports Zone. Because of Princeton Orthopaedic Associates, we’ll get many more great moments from Panthers sports all year long! Welcome to Jersey Sports Zone! After three years on the Jersey Shore, we’ve expanded our coverage to every part of the Garden State. We are excited to bring you high definition highlights and features of high school sports all year long.
Playoff football yields great choices for JSZ Week 10 Top Play
The first week of playoff football is in the books. Cast your vote NOW through Tuesday at 3:00 pm for the Top Play from Week Nine captured by JSZ cameras. The winner of this week’s poll will earn an invite to our statewide football banquet in December. Thanks to all of our nominees for giving us another batch of incredible highlights! Take Our Poll Previous JSZ Play of the Week Winners Week 0: David Lepoidevin/Joshua Ejiogu, Bound Brook Week 1: Steve Lubischer/Jaden Key, Red Bank Catholic Week 2: Shaikyi Hannah, Delsea Week 3: Dayshawn Porter/Devon Johnson – Monmouth Regional Week 4: Blaine Netterman, Brick Memorial Week 5: Zack Bair, Red Bank Catholic Week 6: Ian Fitzgerald, Monmouth Regional Week 7: Terry Outlaw Jr., South River Week 8: Anthony Damato, Marlboro Week 9: Ashante Worthy/Matt Krauss, Freehold Boro Missed our Highlights Shows? Watch 17 games of action from Week 10 on Friday and Saturday
Watch JSZ Friday Week 10 Playoff Highlights Show
The post-season has begun in New Jersey high school football. Jersey Sports Zone kicks off our playoff coverage with ten games of high definition highlights from around the state . Click above to watch highlights from the following games Saint John Vianney 45 Camden Catholic 40: Johnny Buchanan 29 carries, 294 yards, 2 TD’s Brick Township 28 Allentown 0: Cole Groschel TD run, TD pass, TD catch, 2 INT’s Long Branch 20 Middletown South 0: Jermaine Corbett 20 carries, 168 yards, TD Old Bridge 24 Trenton 6: Anthony Imbimbo: 24 carries, 106 yards, 2 TD’s Somerville 51 Ewing 12: Robert Fiorentino 23 carries, 215 yards, 3 TD’s Bridgewater-Raritan 41 Watchung Hills 0: Anthony Goffe 34 carries, 211 yards, 2 TD’s Rumson-Fair Haven 36 Lawrence 6: Peter Lucas 3 TD runs Point Pleasant Boro 41 Raritan 12: James Fara 11 carries, 170 yards, 4 TD’s Millville 20 Williamstown 14: Clayton Scott game winning TD in OT Gateway 28 Woodstown 8: Logan Cruet 76 yard punt return TD and 10 yard TD reception Jersey Sports Zone’s High School Football Coverage Jersey Sports Zone is excited to cover the entire state of New Jersey with our high definition highlights and features. We will post full highlight shows with Friday and Saturday high school football action. Don’t forget you can download our App for free from the App Store or Google Play and get all of our videos right on your smartphone. On Sunday, we will nominate the top plays captured by our cameras for the JSZ Football Play of the Week and we’ll honor top performers with nominations for our Game Balls. We ask you to cast your vote from Sunday morning through Tuesday afternoon. Our Play of the Week winners will be honored at our statewide football banquet in December. Our Game Ball winners will have JSZ cameras come to practice mid-week to hand out a pigskin in front of the entire team. Here’s a look at just some of our Saturday games: Don Bosco Prep at St. Peter’s, Red Bank Catholic at St. Joe’s-Montvale, Holy Cross at Mater Dei Prep, Freehold Boro at Nottingham Coaches: Send your Game Ball nominees by Saturday night to be considered: email@example.com (Shore), firstname.lastname@example.org (WJFL), email@example.com (Mid State 38), firstname.lastname@example.org (GMC and Big North) SAVE THE DATE- JSZ Football Banquet Coming up on Thursday, December 7, we will honor the top football players in the state with our inaugural JSZ Football Banquet. The APA hotel in Woodbridge will host our event that will feature dinner and video highlights of the top players in the state. Our Plays of the Week winners and Plays of the Year winners as voted on by the fans will also be honored. Coaches, we are seeking nominations for our All-Zone team. We will honor the top ten players in the state in each position as selected by our committee. Please email email@example.com if you have a player that we need to consider.
Courtney’s Week 9 Game Ball Winner is Bridgewater’s Anthony Goffe
Last week, Mike Bruno of Johnson High School was the Mid-State Game Ball winner, passing the torch on this week to Anthony Goffe of the Bridgewater-Raritan Panthers. Goffe had 28 carries for 212 yards and a touchdown last week in Bridgewater-Raritan’s 35-0 win over the Elizabeth Minutemen. Check out Anthony’s Game Ball Ceremony now, brought to you by JSZ’s Courtney DuPont: Take Our Poll Sponsor Alert!! Big thank you to Total Rehabilitation & Sports Medicine, Urgent Injury Care, and Princeton Orthopaedic Associates for sponsoring JSZ’s coverage of the Bridgewater-Raritan Panthers. Thanks to these great sponsor we will catch all the best Panther highlights all year long! Week 8 Game Ball Ceremony:
Bridgewater-Raritan edges out Elizabeth in North 2 Group 4 Shootout
From Bridgewater-Raritan High School JSZ brings you round 3 of the North 2 Group 4 Boys Soccer State Tournament between the Bridgewater-Raritan Panthers and the Elizabeth Minuteme. Regulation and double overtime would both go scoreless, forcing this stalemate into a shootout. #12 Anthony Cabrera scores the PK game-winner as Bridgewater wins 0 (3), 0 (0) over Elizabeth and will be moving onto the North 2 Group 4 Sectional Final against Newark East Side this Friday. Checkout the exciting game highlights brought to you by JSZ’s Courtney DuPont: Sponsor Alert!! Thank you to Princeton Orthopaedic Associates and Total Rehabilitation & Sports Medicine for sponsoring JSZ’s coverage of Bridgewater-Raritan. We get to bring you exciting Panther highlights each week because of your loyal support and dedication to JSZ!